Subaru Vehicles with Defective Denso Low-Pressure Fuel Pumps Class Action

Denso makes low-pressure fuel pumps that are installed in Subaru vehicles, including the 2019 Impreza, Ascent, Legacy, or Outback. The complaint alleges the Denso pumps can cause engines to fail to accelerate or shut down and vehicles to stall, putting the occupants in danger. Worst of all, a limited recall of the vehicles offers a  Read more

2019 Subaru Impreza

Subaru Too-Small Recall of Denso Fuel Pump Vehicles Class Action

This class action concerns a defective low-pressure Denso fuel pump installed in various Subaru vehicles. Subaru has recalled a number of these vehicles, but the complaint alleges that the defective fuel pump was installed in many more than are covered in the recall. Subaru of America, Inc. and Denso International America, Inc. are the defendants.  Read more

2017 Subaru Outback

Toyota and Lexus Fuel Pump Stalling Danger Class Action

Fuel injection systems are meant to manage the flow of fuel from the vehicle’s fuel tank to its engine. The complaint for this class action alleges that Toyota Motor North America, Inc. and Toyota Motor Corporation have equipped certain Toyota and Lexus vehicles with defective fuel pumps that sometimes stop the flow of fuel, thereby  Read more

2019 Lexus RX 350L

Honda and Acura Defective Fuel Pumps NJ, NY, PA Class Action

In April 2020, Denso announced a recall of its low-pressure fuel pumps, used in certain Honda and Acura vehicles. According to the complaint for this class action, Honda did not take action to recall the vehicles that use the defective fuel pumps until a month later, May 28, 2020—and the vehicles have still not been  Read more

2019 Acura RDX

Toyota and Lexus Defective Low-Pressure Fuel Pumps Class Action

If a fuel injection system cannot keep feeding fuel to a vehicle’s engine in a consistent way, the vehicle may stall or shut down. It’s precisely such stalling and shutdown that this class action complains of, in Toyota and Lexus vehicles from Toyota Motor North America, Inc. and Toyota Motor Corporation. The complaint alleges that  Read more

A 2018 Toyota Tundra

Toyota Defective Fuel Pump Can Cause Shutdowns New Jersey Class Action

The complaint for this New Jersey class action introduces its allegations in stark terms: “This action concerns a dangerous defect in the low-pressure fuel pump … which can fail and cause Toyota’s most popular models … to unexpectedly stall and cause engine shut down even when the vehicle is at high speeds, presenting an immediate  Read more

2020 Lexus LC 500

Toyota, Lexus Defective Low-Pressure Fuel Pump Class Action

According to the complaint for this class action, certain Toyota and Lexus vehicles have a defective low-pressure fuel pump that can lead to a stall and engine shutdown—a defect the complaint says Toyota knew about although it did not warn purchasers and lessees of the vehicles. The complaint brings suit against a group of related  Read more

2019 Lexus RX 350L

Toyota, Lexus Payments Required Despite Recall Class Action

If your vehicle is recalled, you expect it to be fixed. However, the complaint for this class action alleges that when Toyota recalled Toyota and Lexus vehicles for defective Denso fuel pumps, it did not have a fix for the problem. Plaintiff Tina Feng claims that the loaner she was given, a Kia, was not  Read more

2019 Lexus RC 350

Toyota, Lexus 2018-2019 Vehicles Denso Fuel Pump Class Action

This class action brings suit against a number of Toyota companies. The complaint alleges that certain Toyota and Lexus vehicles, manufactured between August 2, 2018 and January 31, 2019, have defective Denso fuel pumps that can cause the vehicles to unexpectedly stall and cause the engine to shut down. After fuel pump failure, the vehicles  Read more

2019 Lexus ES

Ford Trucks CP4 Fuel Pumps Incompatible with US Diesel California Class Action

The complaint calls the high-pressure fuel injection pumps installed in certain Ford diesel trucks “ticking time bombs.” The Bosch CP4 fuel injection pumps were designed for European vehicles, but the Ford Motor Company installed them in certain of its 2011 to 2018 model year vehicles. The problem, the complaint alleges, is that American diesel fuel  Read more

2018 Ford F-250