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Toyota is recalling Tundra trucks and Lexus SUVs due to possible engine waste

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Toyota is recalling approximately 102,000 trucks and Lexus vehicles, the company announced Thursday.

The Japanese auto conglomerate said the engines in some model year 2022–2023 Tundra and LX vehicles may contain machinery debris that was not cleaned up during production.

The debris can cause the engine to knock, run erratically, fail to start or lose power, the company said.

The company said it is currently “developing the solution” to the problem and plans to alert owners of the affected vehicles by the end of July.

Toyota told automotive website The Drive that the recall was issued for models “with a specific V35A engine that contains crankshaft main bearings that allow the crankshaft to rotate within the engine while rotating.”

USA TODAY contacted Toyota for further comment on Sunday but did not receive a response.

How do you know if your car is subject to the Toyota recall?

Owners of Toyota and Lexus cars can check their vehicle identification number on the Toyota or Lexus recall page.

Toyota and Lexus owners can also check USA TODAY’s recall database or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration database for new recalls. The NHTSA database allows car owners to search for recalls based on the vehicle identification number.

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