Washington – Toyota and its luxury brand, Lexusrecall more than 458,000 vehicles to fix software crashes that could deactivate an electronic stability control system, increasing the risk of an accident.

The to remind covers some Lexus LX 600, NX 350, NX 450h + and Toyota RAV4 2022; Lexus LS 500 and Toyota Mirai, RAV4 Prime, Sienna and Venza 2021-22; and Toyota Highlander Hybrid 2020-22.

“A software bug could cause the car’s Stability Control (VSC) system to be disabled by default the next time you start the car under certain circumstances,” Toyota said in a statement last week.

As a result, the affected cars do not comply with federal regulations.

Automotive news turned to Toyota for more information.

To eliminate this problem, Toyota and Lexus dealers will update the software of the electronic control unit Skid Control.

The skid control computer is a subcomponent of the brake actuator. Japanese carmaker Advics Co., a subsidiary of Aisin Corp., manufactures a brake actuator assembly, according to an NHTSA document.

The message to dealers was received on April 13. Vehicle owners will be notified from June 12.

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