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  1. Innovativethinker

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    ”Toyota has announced it is recalling 696,000 cars, crossovers, and SUVs, including various Lexus models, because of a fuel pump that could stop operating. The problem could cause stalling, potentially resulting in a crash. “

    so at high speeds the car just shuts off.

    not a small problem, and they apparently have no fix. The dealer says it only involves those made in Japan.
     
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    What state is she in?
     
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    This sounds way worse than when the BMW e92 335's came out. I didn't experience the issue until 65K miles, many had multiple issues before 15k. Luckily all it would do is put into "limp mode".
     
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    I'm unfamiliar with the lemon laws in Florida but if the car can't be repaired in 30-45 days in most states and can not be driven it usually qualifies for lemon
     

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