What Lexus models are being recalled?

Lexus has recalled more than 9,900 model year 2016-2018 Lexus GS F, and 2018 LC 500 and 2015-2018 Lexus RCF vehicles equipped with the 5.0-liter V-8 engine because specific operating conditions may result in damage to one of the high-pressure fuel pumps, which could leak fuel and cause a fire.

How do you fix a sticky Toyota dashboard?

Here’s what to do:

  1. Wipe off larger particles. Dust off any noticeable bits of dust or food before getting started.
  2. Make a solution of water and foam cleaner.
  3. Wipe down the surface.
  4. Let it dry.
  5. Spray with vinyl upholstery cleaner.
  6. Protect dashboard with water-based vinyl protectant.

What cars are on recall list?

Tesla Recalls Model 3, Model Y For Loose Bolts. NHTSA Looking into Honda Accord Steering Problems.

  • Subaru Recalls 466,000 Vehicles for Ignition Issue. Porsche Recalls 2021 Cayman, Boxster, 718 Spyder.
  • Hyundai Recalls Genesis Sedans, G80 for Fire Risk. Kia Recalls 308,000 Vehicles for Fire Risk.
  • How much does it cost to replace a dashboard?

    The Best in Auto Repair The average cost for dashboard replacement is between $1,883 and $2,030. Labor costs are estimated between $562 and $709 while parts are priced at $1,322. This range does not include taxes and fees, and does not factor in your specific vehicle or unique location.

    How do I stop my Lexus dash from melting?

    One simple thing is to use a dashboard cover. The cover will keep sunlight from directly hitting the dashboard. Another thing to do is treat the dashboard with vinyl and leather protectant. Make sure that you only use a protectant that does not have alcohol in it.

    How do you clean a sticky Lexus dashboard?

    Spray the new piece of cloth with a mixture of warm water and soap, and wipe the dashboard.

    1. Remove all of the items on your dashboard.
    2. Wipe the surface with a piece of cloth.
    3. Create a solution of warm water and soap.
    4. Wet a new piece of cloth in the soapy solution and wipe the dashboard.
    5. Use a scraper.

    What causes a sticky dashboard?

    A sticky dashboard is an annoying side effect of an old and dirty dashboard. The stickiness typically is caused by gunk build-up on the surface of the dashboard but it also can be caused by peeling of the dashboard’s vinyl cover, leaving an adhesive residue.

    Is there a recall on my Toyota or Lexus?

    Owners may contact Toyota customer service at 1-888-270-9371 or Lexus customer service at 1-800-255-3987. Toyota’s numbers for this recall are 20TB02 and 20TA02 for Toyota vehicles and 20LB01 and 20LA01 for Lexus vehicles. Check your Lexus’ Vehicle Identification Number or VIN at KBB’s Car Recalls above.

    Are Toyota and Lexus done with Dashboard problems?

    Many owners are still experiencing problems with the dashboard, but Toyota and Lexus are done. On ToyotaNation, many owners are expressing their frustration with the fact that neither automaker seems to care. Toyota claims to have alerted all owners, but many drivers state that this is simply untrue.

    Can a Lexus be repaired at a dealership?

    Lexus states that the repairs must be made at an authorized Lexus dealer and you only get one free replacement under this Warranty Enhancement Program. In the letter, Lexus says to do nothing for the time being. They are apparently making more parts and trying to get them into dealers for the repair.

    Are Lexus dashboards being mfr’d in Japan?

    I got a call from Lexus HQ and they stated that the dashboards are being mfr’d in Japan and when they arrive in the US they are parceled out to the dealers as needed. The dealers are independent retailers of the Lexus cars and as such Lexus has little control over what the dealers do with the dashes when they arrive.