The Toyota logo on a steering wheel which has been subject to recall in Canada this week

Recall Alerts: Toyota, HydraSense and Tesla Top Canadian Recalls This Week

There were a wide variety of recalls in Canada in the past week. This week’s recalls include various vehicles, baby medication, electronics, health-related devices and more. Check out the recalls below.

Toyota recalls Prius models for doors that can come open

Toyota is conducting a safety recall involving 2023 and 2024 model-year Toyota Prius and Prius Prime vehicles. Approximately 6,707 vehicles are involved in this recall in Canada.

Water can enter and short circuit the electronic rear door latches in the involved vehicles. If the doors are not locked, they could open while the vehicle is moving or in a crash, increasing the risk of injury to occupants. Learn More >>>

Bayer is recalling two lots of hydraSense® Baby Nasal Care Easydose® due to potential contamination

Bayer is recalling two lots of hydraSense® Baby Nasal Care Easydose® due to a potential contamination. See The Recall >>>

hydraSense® Baby Nasal Care Easydose®

Tesla recalls every single Cybertruck over faulty accelerator pedal

Tesla is recalling all 3,878 of its Cybertrucks due to an issue that can cause the accelerator pedal to get loose and then stuck inside the vehicle’s trim. See The Recall >>>

LUOATIP USB Wall Charger model HC45 recalled due to electric shock hazard

This recall involves the LUOATIP USB Wall Charger model HC45. The USB chargers were sold in a 5-Pack on and can be identified by the Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN) B083LBZX1F. The recalled products are a 2.1A/5V dual port USB cube power adapter in white with a grey stripe. Find Out More >>>

Full Speed Ahead recalls Gossamer Pro AGX+ Cranksets sold on bicycles due to fall and injury hazards

This recall involves Gossamer Pro AGX+ Bicycle Crankset Model CK-6037. They were sold on bicycle brands including Cannondale, Canyon, Marin, Haro, Fuji and Pinarello gravel brands.

This crankset is black and can be identified by laser-etched logos reading “FSA Gossamer Pro” along the crank arm and have markings located on the backside of the crankarm adjacent to the pedal threads that have a QR code, read “CK-6037” and have a serial number adjacent to the CK-6037. See More >>>

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