Girard Sharp consumer protection attorneys are investigating reports that certain Toyota models, including the Highlander, RAV 4, Tundra, and Camry, may have defective door lock actuators. Drivers report that the locks appear to engage when locked using the remote key fob, but do not actually engage, leaving the car doors unlocked.
If you believe your vehicle may have defective door lock actuators, you may have a claim for relief. Speak to a Girard Sharp consumer attorney about your experience by filling out the form below or calling us toll-free at (866) 981-4800.
More About the Toyota Door Lock Actuator Defect
Multiple online consumer complaints indicate that various Toyota vehicles are affected by a potential defect that causes the car doors to remain unlocked, despite owners locking them using a key fob. As a result, the locks may not be engaged when the vehicle is parked in a public place. Owners have also complained about having to pay to replace door lock actuators or having to pay for multiple replacements.
If you’ve experienced a door lock actuator defect, contact us using the form above.
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