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Asco Motors undertakes Special Service Campaign

Asco Motors undertakes Special Service Campaign

By Naveel Krishant
Monday 11/01/2021
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Asco Motors has been working with the Consumer Council of Fiji and other relevant stakeholders, in respect of Toyota models which may have certain manufacturer issues.

They say the Toyota FJ Cruiser (GSJ15) Model – 2013-2015, has a fuel pump issue, Toyota Corolla (ZRE172) Model – 2017-2019, has a fuel pump issue while the Toyota Fortuner and Toyota Hilux Model - June – Dec 2018 requires brake booster part inspection and replacement.

Asco Motors says they have been in contact with several affected owners already and have taken remedial actions and is continuing with these efforts to ensure any affected Toyota models are brought to Asco Motors for inspection and free of charge repair if required.

They add as the authorized Toyota distributor in Fiji, Asco Motors is committed to delivering this Special Service Campaign for its customers and the general public, to ensure their safety and safety of other road users.

If customers need further information they can contact Asco Motors on 8922253.

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