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Toyota recalling 1.5 million cars worldwide

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Too many Japanese get too hysterical, like Chinese do, when you say something like Geez, Toyota sucks, I would never by those crap cars, which I would NEVER BUY! I prefer NISSAN!

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I got a call today from Toyota recalling my 2005 Alphard and Crown royal saloon.

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Brake-Fluid hasn't changed but there are different grades for different types of Brake systems, etc.

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Brake fluid has not changed since the invention of brakes. Odd

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Hi Toyota,number 1 but number one position,also brings its many recall woes too.

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Interesting that none of the media reports in Australia are mentioning that the fault is caused by the owner or service agent using the incorrect brake fluid.

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Some drivers or their mechanics have put in the wrong type of brake fluid, causing some of the seals to curl up and allowing a small amount of brake fluid to leak, Toyota said

Is there any driver out there who changes brake fluid on a modern car by herself? If you can afford a proper mechanics, you shouldn't drive a new car.

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Better recall now than later,save lives... Very responsible from Toyota...

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Better built it right, than recall it.

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This is good, better safe than sorry.

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Again? Honestly, i didn't want to hear the word 'recall' from Toyota this year

Sometimes, you're just blowing it out of your ear, aren't you ? ? It's a largely pro-active move. Would you feel safer if they did nothing ????

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Again? Honestly, i didn't want to hear the word 'recall' from Toyota this year.

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