Toyota Motor Sales is conducting a voluntary safety recall of about 51,000 model year 2011 Tundra pickup trucks for potential issues with the vehicle’s rear drive shaft.
In an estimated 0.05% of those vehicles, the rear drive shaft may include a slip yoke that could break due to improper casting during the foundry process, Toyota officials said.
The company added that it’s aware of one drive shaft slip yoke failure in a customer-owned vehicle, but that no reports of accidents or injuries have been reported associated with this defect. No other Lexus or Toyota vehicles are involved in this recall.
More information is available at www.toyota.com/recall.