Toyota issued recalls of certain 2012 Toyota RAV4s in February of 2014 and certain 2006-2008 RAV4s in April of the same year. The former recall concerned issues with the engine control unit, and the latter involved airbag malfunction due to spiral cable damage, according to Toyota.
The February recall addressed a malfunction in the skid control software of the engine control unit that resulted in intermittent loss of certain stability and braking functions, explains Toyota. The April recall dealt with cable damage that caused the airbag warning light to activate and could have resulted in airbag deployment failure. Both recalls affecting Toyota RAV4s were voluntary, and no injuries were reported as a result of the malfunctions,