Safety Recall SET19B – Torque Verification on Various Components – 2018-2019 Toyota 4Runner

September 20, 2019 NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 19V670000

Improperly Tightened Steering/Suspension Fasteners

Loose fasteners may cause a loss of vehicle control, or cause an accessory to detach from the vehicle and become a road hazard. Either of these scenarios can increase the risk of a crash or injury.

 

NHTSA Campaign Number: 19V670

Manufacturer Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC

Components STEERING, SUSPENSION

Potential Number of Units Affected 34

 

Summary

Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC (SET) is recalling certain 2018-2019 Toyota 4Runner vehicles. During installation, certain steering and suspension components may not have been properly tightened.

 

Remedy

SET will notify owners, and dealers will inspect and re-tighten the steering and suspension fasteners as necessary, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin November 19, 2019. Owners may contact SET customer service at 1-866-405-4226. SET’s number for this recall is SET19B.

 

Notes

Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.safercar.gov.

 

Check if your Vehicle has a Recall


Attention

This is an important Safety Recall which was initiated by Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC.

If you are in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South

Carolina, or North Carolina, please refer to SET Dealer Daily to obtain instructions on how to complete this repair and submit a warranty claim.

Toyota Dealerships outside of Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina or North Carolina

SET will reimburse you for the repairs outlined in the following procedure.  For repair authorization and parts ordering, please contact Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC toll free at 1-888-851-2722, or email [email protected]

Thank you for your continued support.

Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC


To: All Toyota Dealer Principals, General Managers, Service Managers, and Parts Managers

Subject: Safety Recall SET19B – Remedy Available

On September 20, 2019 Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC (SET) filed a Defect Information Report (DIR) with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) initiating a Safety Recall on certain 2018 -2019 Toyota 4Runner vehicles equipped with TRD accessories installed by SET.

 

Affected Vehicles:

2018 – 2019 Toyota 4Runner vehicles equipped with TRD accessories installed by SET.

 

Condition:  

During an audit SET found that some accessory fasteners may not have been tightened to a specified torque.  If the fasteners are not properly tightened to the specified torque, the fastener could become loose, possibly causing loss of control of the vehicle or the accessory could detach from the vehicle, which could cause a crash or injury.

 

Remedy

All known owners of the affected vehicles will be notified by US mail to return their vehicles to a Toyota dealer.  The Toyota dealer will, inspect and tighten the affected fasteners with a torque wrench pursuant to instructions specified by SET, at no cost to the owner.

This following information is being provided to keep you informed of the filing and your degree of involvement.

 

1. Owner Letter Mailing Date

SET has completed remedy preparations and will begin to notify owners on or before November 19, 2019.

SET makes significant effort to obtain current customer name and address information when mailing owner letters.  In the event your dealership receives a notice for a vehicle that was sold prior to the Safety Recall announcement, it is the dealership’s responsibility to forward the owner letter to the customer who purchased the vehicle.

 

2. New Vehicles in Dealership Inventory

Red Stop

Under Title 49, Section 30112(a) of the United States Code, a dealer cannot sell, offer for sale, or introduce or deliver for introduction in interstate commerce a new motor vehicle when it is aware that the vehicle does not comply with an applicable Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard.  In addition, 49 Code of Federal Regulations §577.13 requires us to provide the following advisory:  it is a violation of Federal law for a dealer to deliver a new motor vehicle or any new or used item of motor vehicle equipment (including a tire) covered by this notification under a sale or lease until the defect or noncompliance is remedied.

Vehicle Safety Recall completion can be verified through TIS.  Additional information will be provided as it becomes available. 

 

3. Inspection Reminder Mirror Hang Tags for Covered Vehicles

To easily recognize vehicles involved in this Safety Recall, each dealership should utilize Inspection Reminder Hang Tags. Please reference the VIN list provided to identify new vehicles in dealer inventory involved in this Safety Recall. Inside the vehicle’s glove box are stickers containing the VIN.  Apply one of these stickers to the hang tag and install the hang tag in the vehicle. A sample copy of the Inspection Reminder Hang Tag has been included for your reference.

Hold For Inspection

Note: Dealerships can order Hang Tags from the Material Distribution Center (MDC).

Part Number Description Qty.
00411-140003 Inspection Mirror Hang Tag (25 Per Pack)

 

4. Pre-Owned Vehicles in Dealer Inventory

SET requests that dealers do not deliver any pre-owned vehicles in dealer inventory that is covered by a Safety Recall unless the defect has been remedied.

 

5. Dealer Summary Reports

Please verify eligibility by confirming through TIS and inspecting the vehicle prior to performing repairs.

 

6. Number and Identification of Covered Vehicles

There are approximately 34 vehicles covered by this Noncompliance Recall in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.

Please note that only owners of the covered vehicles will be notified. If a dealer is contacted by an owner who has not yet received the notification, please instruct the dealer personnel to verify coverage by confirming through TIS and inspecting the vehicle.  Dealers should perform the procedure as outlined in the Technical Instructions located on TIS.

 

7. Parts Ordering 

Part Number Part Name Qty
N/A N/A N/A

 

8. Technician Training Requirements

All dealership technicians performing this recall are required to successfully complete the most current version of E-Learning course “Safety Recall and Service Campaign Essentials”. To ensure that all vehicles have the repair performed correctly; technicians performing this recall are required to have successfully completed E-learning course SC18A (if you had previously completed E-learning Course SC13B, you do not have to take SC18A), in addition to “Safety Recall and Service Campaign Essentials”, and currently hold at least one of the following certification levels:

  • Toyota Expert
  • Master
  • Master Diagnostic Technicians

  

9. Remedy Procedures 

Please refer to TIS for Technical Instructions on repair.  Conduct all applicable, non-completed Safety Recall and Service Campaigns on the vehicle during the time of appointment.

 

10 Warranty Reimbursement Procedure 

Certain 2018 – 2019 Toyota 4Runner vehicles equipped with TRD accessories installed by SET
Warranty Reimbursement Procedure

 

SET vendor warranty claim should be submitted as follows:

OP CODE DESCRIPTION TIME OFP T1 T2
AR19B1 Accessory Torque Validation 2.0 00016-SPECL 99 99
Additional Claim information:
Replacement Parts: N/A, leave blank
Sublet: N/A, leave blank
Condition: SET19B
Cause: SET19B
Remedy: Perform Torque Validation
Claim Attachment: SET19B Torque Validation Form must be attached to AW CPS claim.

The flat rate times include 0.1 hours for administrative cost per unit for the dealership.

 

If you are a dealer located outside of the Southeast Region, email [email protected] attach copy of RO invoice for payment processing.

 

 

Campaign Designation Decoder 

Campaign Designation Decoder
Examples:

SET14A = Launched in 2014, Remedy Phase, 1st Campaign Launched in 2014

SET14B = Launched in 2014, Remedy Phase, 2nd Campaign Launched in 2014

SET15A = Launched in 2015, Remedy Phase, 1st  Campaign Launched in 2015

 

11. Repair Quality Confirmation

Not required for this Recall.

 

12. Technical Questions

If you are a SET dealership associate and have any questions, please contact your Field Technical Specialist. If your dealer is outside the Southeast Toyota Region and have technical questions please contact SET at 1-888-851-2722, press 6 for recall support.

 

13. Media Contacts

In the event you are contacted by the News media, it is imperative that all media contacts (local and national) receive a consistent message. In this regard, all media contacts must be directed to SET Corporate Communications 954-363-6285. (Please do not provide this number to customers.)

 

14. Customer Contacts

A FAQ is attached to help respond to any customer concerns.  If the customer has any further questions, they are requested to contact the Southeast Toyota (SET) Customer Relations Center at 1-866-301-6859, press 1 for Southeast Toyota and SET will return the call within 24 hours between 8:30 am and 5 pm eastern standard time.

Please review this entire package with your Service and Parts staff to familiarize them with the proper stepby-step procedures required to implement this Safety Recall.

 

Thank you for your cooperation

Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC.


4RUNNER TORQUE RECALL-SET19B
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Certain Model Year 2018 through 2019 4Runner vehicles equipped with TRD accessories installed by SET.

Background: On September 20, 2019 Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC. (“SET”) filed a Defect Information Report with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) informing the agency of its intent to conduct a voluntary Safety Recall on certain 2018 through 2019 4Runner vehicles equipped with TRD accessories installed by SET.  There are approximately 34 vehicles covered by this recall.

Affected Vehicles: Certain 2018 through 2019 4Runner vehicles equipped with TRD accessories installed by SET.

1. What is the condition?

During an audit SET found that some accessory fasteners may not have been tightened to a specified torque.  If the fasteners are not properly tightened to the specified torque, the fastener could come loose, possibly causing loss of control of the vehicle or the accessory could detach from the vehicle, which could cause a crash or injury.

 

2. Why are only certain vehicles covered by this Safety Recall?

SET undertook an investigation to determine the scope of the issue and the potential consequence.  The investigation found that the issue was limited to the use of a specific model of torque wrench at a specific location.

The audit indicated that 34 vehicles were missing torque validation data.

 

3. How many vehicles are involved?

SET estimates that approximately 34 vehicles are affected by this recall.

4. Are there any other Toyota vehicles affected?

No, there are no other Toyota vehicles affected.

 

6. What is SET going to do?

All known owners of the affected vehicles will be notified by US mail to return their vehicles to a Toyota dealer.  The Toyota dealer will, inspect and tighten the affected fasteners with a torque wrench pursuant to instructions specified by SET, at no cost to you.

 

7. Is there any cost?

These actions will be performed at no charge.

 

8. How long will the process take?

The corrective action will take approximately one hour or less.  However, depending upon the dealer’s work schedule, it may be necessary for the owner to make the vehicle available for a longer period of time.

 

9. Is my vehicle covered by this Safety Recall?

Owners of the affected vehicles will receive a Safety Recall letter from Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC informing them of this safety recall campaign.  In the meantime, owners may contact any Toyota dealer to verify if their vehicle is covered by this campaign.

 

10. What if an owner has additional questions or concerns?

Owners with questions or additional concerns are asked to contact the Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC.  SET Customer Assistance Center toll free at 1-800-301-6859 Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.


Attention

This is an important Safety Recall which was initiated by Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC.

If you are in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South

Carolina, or North Carolina, please refer to SET Dealer Daily to obtain instructions on how to complete this repair and submit a warranty claim.

Toyota Dealerships outside of Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina or North Carolina

SET will reimburse you for the repairs outlined in the following procedure.  For repair authorization and parts ordering, please contact Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC toll free at 1-888-851-2722, or email [email protected]

Thank you for your continued support.

Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC


TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONS
FOR
VOLUNTARY SAFETY RECALL CAMPAIGN SET19B
TORQUE VERIFICATION ON VARIOUS COMPONENTS
CERTAIN 2018-2019 MODEL YEAR 4RUNNER

 

All dealership technicians performing this recall are required to successfully complete the most current version of ELearning course “Safety Recall and Service Campaign Essentials”. To ensure that all vehicles have the repair performed correctly; technicians performing this recall are required to have successfully completed E-learning course SC18A (if you had previously completed E-learning Course SC13B, you do not have to take SC18A), in addition to “Safety Recall and Service Campaign Essentials”, and currently hold at least one of the following certification levels: 

  • Toyota Expert
  • Master
  • Master Diagnostic Technicians

 

OPERATION FLOW CHART

Warranty Reimbursement Procedure

 

IDENTIFICATION OF AFFECTED VEHICLES

NOTE: 

  • Check the TIS Vehicle Inquiry System to confirm the VIN is involved in this SSC and that the campaign has not already been completed prior to dealer shipment or by another dealer.
  • Southeast Toyota warranty will not reimburse dealers for repairs conducted on vehicles that are not affected or were completed by another dealer.

 

PREPARATION

A. PARTS

None required

 

B. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

  1. Digital Torque wrench
  2. Standard hand tools

 

BACKGROUND

SET’s investigation found that a specific model of Atlas Copco Torque wrench utilized in the 4Runner accessory line was failing to consistently upload the torque data to the Atlas Copco system due to poor Wi-Fi connectivity at the Talleyrand facility.  This recall is to confirm that accessories installed with this torque wrench were properly torqued to the installation specifications.

 

WARRANTY INFORMATION

For Dealers located in the Southeast Region, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, or North Carolina, Submit Warranty claim utilizing the information below.

OP CODE DESCRIPTION TIME OFP T1 T2
AR19B1 Accessory Torque Validation 2.0 00016-SPECL 99 99
Additional Claim information:
Replacement Parts: N/A, leave blank
Sublet: N/A, leave blank
Condition: SET19B
Cause: SET19B
Remedy: Perform Torque Validation
Claim Attachment: SET19B Torque Validation Form must be attached to AW CPS claim.

The flat rate times include 0.1 hours for administrative cost per unit for the dealership.

If you are a dealer located outside of the Southeast Region, email [email protected] attach copy of RO invoice for payment processing.

 

WORK PROCEDURE

Note: SET19B Instructions outline a process which requires the SET19B Torque Validation Form located at the end of this document be completed. SET requests this form be scanned and attached to the SET warranty claim. 

  1. Lift vehicle on suitable hoist.
  2. Remove Tire and Wheel assemblies from vehicle.
  3. Remove TRD skid plate from front of vehicle. (Fig. 1)
    1. Use a 14mm socket to remove the two rear bolts and loosen the two front bolts attached to the Skid Plate. Remove the Skid Plate and retain it and the bolts for reinstallation.

 

  1. Verify torque of left and right side Upper Shock Nuts, Items A1A6 on SET19B Torque form.
    1. Use a 14mm crowfoot to torque the nuts on the upper side of the front shock absorber with coil spring assembly (Refer to Fig. 2).
    2. Set torque wrench higher than upper range limit.
    3. Slowly apply torque until the fastener starts to rotate.
    4. Document reading on SET19B Torque form under initial values.
    5. If any measurement is out of specified range: loosen, retorque to specified value. Record values on SET19B torque form.
  • Torque, with crowfoot:
    • Range: 56-93 N-m (41-69 ft-lbf)
    • Specified: 65 N·m (663 kgf·cm, 48 ft·lbf)
  • Torque, without crowfoot:
    • Range: 62-102 N-m (46-75 ft-lbf)
    • Specified: 71 N·m (724 kgf·cm, 52 ft·lbf)
  1. Verify torque of the left and right lower ball joint attachment bolts (Fig. 3). Items B1-B4 on SET19B Torque form.
    1. Use a 19mm socket to torque bolts.
    2. Set torque wrench higher than upper range limit.
    3. Slowly apply torque until the fastener starts to rotate.
    4. Document reading on SET19B Torque form under initial values.
    5. If any measurement is out of specified range: loosen, retorque to specified value. Record values on SET19B torque form.
  • Torque:
    • Range: 139-229 N-m (103-169 ft-lbf)
    • Specified: 160 N·m (1631 kgf·cm, 118 ft·lbf)
  1. Verify torque of left and right side front lower control arm Bolts (Fig. 4) Items C1-C4 on SET19B Torque Form.
    1. Use a 22mm socket to torque the front and rear lower control arm bolts (Fig. 8-2).
    2. Set torque wrench higher than upper range limit.
    3. Slowly apply torque until the fastener starts to rotate.
    4. Document reading on SET19B Torque form under initial values.
    5. If any measurement is out of specified range: loosen, retorque to specified value. Record values on SET19B torque form.
  • Torque:
    • Range: 152-251 N-m (112-185 ft-lbf)
    • Specified: 175 N·m (1785 kgf·cm, 129 ft·lbf)
  1. Verify Torque of driver side and passenger side tie rod end locking nuts. (Fig. 5) Items D1 and D2 on SET19B Torque Form.
    1. Use a 22mm crowfoot to torque the front and rear lower control arm bolts.
    2. Set torque wrench higher than upper range limit.
    3. Slowly apply torque until the fastener starts to rotate.
    4. Document reading on SET19B Torque form under initial values.
    5. If any measurement is out of specified range: loosen, retorque to specified value. Record values on SET19B torque form.
  • Torque:
    • Range: 76-126 N-m (56-93 ft-lbf)
    • Specified: 88 N·m (897 kgf·cm, 65 ft·lbf)
  1. Verify Torque of driver side and passenger side front lower shock bolts. (Fig. 6) Items E1 and E2 on torque Form.
    1. Use a 19mm wrench and 19mm socket to torque the front lower shock bolts.
    2. Set torque wrench higher than upper range limit.
    3. Slowly apply torque until the fastener starts to rotate.
    4. Document reading on SET19B Torque form under initial values.
    5. If any measurement is out of specified range: loosen, retorque to specified value. Record values on SET19B torque form.
  • Torque:
    • Range: 82-136 N-m (61-100 ft-lbf)
    • Specified: 95 N·m (969 kgf·cm, 70 ft·lbf)
  1. Reinstall TRD skid plate and verify Torque. (Fig. 7)
    1. Use a 14mm wrench torque the front lower shock bolts.
      • Torque: 30 N·m (306 kgf·cm, 22 ft·lbf)
    2. Document Torque on SET19B Torque form.
      • F1-4 for skid plate
  1. Verify Torque of driver side and passenger Rear lower shock bolt. (Fig. 8) Items G1 and G2 on torque Form.
    1. Use a 19mm socket to torque the front lower shock bolts.
    2. Set torque wrench higher than upper range limit.
    3. Slowly apply torque until the fastener starts to rotate.
    4. Document reading on SET19B Torque form under initial values.
    5. If any measurement is out of specified range: loosen, retorque to specified value. Record values on SET19B torque form.
  • Torque:
    • Range: 82-136 N-m (61-100 ft-lbf)
    • Specified: 98 N·m (1000 kgf·cm, 72 ft·lbf)
  1. Reinstall tire and wheel assemblies (Fig. 9)
    1. Torque lug nuts to specification
      • Torque: 103 N·m (76 ft·lbf)
    2. Document Lug Nut Torque on Torque record form.
  1. Review Torque form to verify completion.
    1. Dealer should retain a copy with the RO.
    2. Torque form must be attached to warranty claim submitted to SET.

 

APPENDIX 

A. CAMPAIGN DESIGNATION DECODER

Campaign Designation Decoder
Examples:

SET14A = Launched in 2014, Remedy Phase, 1st Campaign Launched in 2014

SET14B = Launched in 2014, Remedy Phase, 2nd Campaign Launched in 2014

SET15A = Launched in 2015, Remedy Phase, 1st  Campaign Launched in 2015

 

 

SET19B Torque Validation Form VIN:
FRONT UPPER SHOCK NUTS  LEFT SIDE RIGHT SIDE
Initial Value Re-torque Value Initial Value Re-torque Value
A1: A4:
A2: A5:
A3: A6:
Note: “Re-torque Value” is only needed if the “Initial Value” is out of the range:

  • With Crowfoot: 56-93 N-m (41-69 ft-lbf)
  • Without Crowfoot: 62-102 N-m (46-75 ft-lbf)
LOWER BALL JOINT ATTACHMENT BOLTS LEFT SIDE RIGHT SIDE
Initial Value Re-torque Value Initial Value Re-torque Value
B1: B3:
B2: B4:
Note: “Re-torque Value” is only needed if the “Initial Value” is out of the range:

  • 139-229 N-m (103-169 ft-lbf)
LOWER CONTROL ARM BOLTS LEFT SIDE RIGHT SIDE
Initial Value Re-torque Value Initial Value Re-torque Value
C1: C3:
C2: C4:
Note: “Re-torque Value” is only needed if the “Initial Value” is out of the range:

  • 152-251 N-m (112-185 ft-lbf)
TIE ROD END LOCKING NUT LEFT SIDE RIGHT SIDE
Initial Value Re-torque Value Initial Value Re-torque Value
D1: D2:
Note: “Re-torque Value” is only needed if the “Initial Value” is out of the range:

  • 76-126 N-m (56-93 ft-lbf)

 

FRONT LOWER SHOCK BOLTS LEFT SIDE RIGHT SIDE
Initial Value Re-torque Value Initial Value Re-torque Value
E1: E2:
Note: “Re-torque Value” is only needed if the “Initial Value” is out of the range:

  • 82-136 N-m (61-100 ft-lbf)
TRD SKID PLATE LEFT SIDE RIGHT SIDE
Torque Value Torque Value
F1: F3:
F2 F4:
REAR LOWER SHOCK BOLTS LEFT SIDE RIGHT SIDE
Initial Value Re-torque Value Initial Value Re-torque Value
G1: G2:
Note: “Re-torque Value” is only needed if the “Initial Value” is out of the range:

  • Range:  82-136 N-m (61-100 ft-lbf)
WHEELS  LEFT SIDE RIGHT SIDE
Left Front Left Rear Right Front Right Rear

 



2 Affected Products

Vehicle

MAKE MODEL YEAR
TOYOTA 4RUNNER 2018-2019

4 Associated Documents

Defect Notice 573 Report

RCLRPT-19V670-4792.PDF 213.95KB

Download (PDF, 209KB)


Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – Subject: Safety Recall SET19B – Remedy Available

RCMN-19V670-6023.pdf 144.535KB

Download (PDF, 141KB)


Recall Acknowledgement

RCAK-19V670-3654.pdf 245.33KB

Download (PDF, 240KB)


Remedy Instructions and TSB

RCRIT-19V670-7249.pdf 977.279KB

Download (PDF, 954KB)


Recalls Documents

https://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/acms/cs/documentList.xhtml?docId=19V670&docType=RCL


 

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