Are you concerned about recalls? The 2012-2014 Toyota Camry U760 ATM ECM Software update recall refers to a shudder that can potentially happen in these Toyota models made during these years. The shudder comes from the transmission, especially during the acceleration of the Camry models. It can be alarming for the driver and be a safety concern when the gears do not properly change during operation.
When this problem persists over a significant period of time, it has the poetry to cause long-term damage to your transmission. Damage to your transmission can be costly and affect the overall performance of your Toyota.
If you have a 2012-2014 Toyota Camry currently, you should have your car brought in right away. Single owners of Toyota Camrys, should have received prior notification. If you have recently purchased a Toyota Camry fitting this description in the last two years, you will need to contact Jay Wolfe Toyota of West County to see if the recall has been corrected on your vehicle. Before you purchase a Toyota Camry fitting this model, speak with us about a recall service on the car.
Anytime the our service technicians have to complete any work in the transmission, you can expect the service to take several days due to the nature of the service. Your Toyota transmission and the software connection are not easily accessible and require several hours of labor and often a couple of technicians.
Depending on how booked the the Jay Wolfe Toyota Service Center is at the time of your recall appointment, you may need to leave your Camry for a longer time period. You can enjoy a loaner or rental car while our service center corrects the recall on your Toyota Camry.
There are many Toyota owners residing in the St Louis, and Chesterfield, MO area. This recall is a concern of safety and should be taken seriously. If you are a Toyota Camry owner in this area, give our service center a call today to schedule your recall service. Your safety is our main concern and we want all of our customers driving safely down the road.