Recall & Campaign Lookup

Look Up Safety Recalls and Service Campaigns

Toyota is committed to developing technologies to ensure that you derive optimal enjoyment from your vehicle. From time to time, we may need to repair or replace a vehicle component to help maintain the quality and safety of your vehicle. 

As a Toyota owner or lessee, you will be notified by mail if your vehicle requires repairs or servicing and you will be instructed as to how to obtain the repair or servicing at no cost to you.

Campaigns conducted by Toyota can be Safety Recall Campaigns and/or Limited Service Campaigns. Certain Warranty Enhancement Programs may also be applicable to your vehicle.
Campaign Definitions
Safety Recall Campaign (SRC)
In accordance with the requirements of the Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Act, when Toyota has determined that either a defect or a non-compliance with a Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standard which relates to motor vehicle safety exists in your vehicle, a Safety Recall Campaign is launched. 

The inspection and/or repair required under a Safety Recall Campaign will be performed at no charge to the vehicle owner.
Limited Service Campaign (LSC)
The purpose of a Limited Service Campaign is to offer vehicle owners an inspection and/or repair at no charge for a limited period of time in order to address a non-safety product or technical issue. 

Toyota encourages customers to take advantage of all Limited Service Campaigns prior to their expiration date.
Warranty Enhancement Program (WEP)
The purpose of a Warranty Enhancement Program is to inform customers that Toyota has enhanced the warranty coverage (time and/or mileage) on a vehicle component to further enhance customer satisfaction. 

Warranty Enhancement Programs have a time and/or mileage limit and a specified condition for eligibility.
If you would like to find out if your vehicle is affected by a recent safety recall or limited service campaign, please enter your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) here:


Look Up Safety Recalls and Service Campaigns

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Where is Your Vehicle Identification Number?

The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is a unique 17-digit alpha-numeric identifier, specific to your automobile. It includes codes that tell us where your Toyota or Scion was made, what model it is, and more.

We use your VIN to help confirm your identity and to provide information and services specific to your vehicle.
  • Your VIN may be found on the proof of insurance documents issued by your insurance company.
  • Your VIN may be found on the Vehicle Registration documents issued by your Provincial Ministry of Transportation.
  • When standing outside your Toyota your VIN may be found on a metal plate in the corner of your dashboard, on the driver's side, where it meets the windshield.
  • When you open the Driver's door, your VIN may be found on the information label affixed to the door pillar.