Corolla ECU Settlement
Obtain more information or file a claim in the class action lawsuit Corson, v. Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.. To file a claim the class member should have the claim ID number which will be 12 digits long and can be found on the legal notice found in the mail. A class members in the case are defined as any Former Or Current Owner or Lessee Of A Model Year 2009 or 2010 Toyota Corolla (excluding XRS grade).
Corson v. Toyota Motor Sales Facts
- This is case number 2:12-cv-08499-JGB in the United States District Court Central District of California
- Toyota will be represented by attorney David L. Schrader
- All class members who elect to stay in the Corson v. Toyota Motor Sales will automatically be represented by John F. Edgar (from the Edgar Law Firm) and James Shah (via Shepherd, Finkelman, Miller & Shah LLP)
- All claim forms are due by March 15, 2016
- The US Court of California will hold a hearing in regards to the Corson v. Toyota Motor Sales lawsuit on April 4, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. sharp
What does the settlement provide?
“(a) the free installation of a re-tuned electronic control unit (“Re-Tuned ECU”) for eligible class members who would prefer an alternative on-center steering feel and from whom Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. has received a complaint about their Subject Vehicle’s on-center steering feel; (b) a fifty (50) percent discounted installation of the Re-Tuned ECU for eligible class members who would prefer an alternative on-center steering feel; or (c) reimbursement up to $695.00 for eligible class members who already paid to have a Re-Tuned ECU installed in their Subject Vehicles.” – Corson v. Toyota Motor Sales
Any questions about the Corolla ECU settlement case can be directed to (877)-880-8814 or in writing to: Clerk of Court United States District Court Central District of California 3470 Twelfth Street Room 1 Riverside, CA 92501-3801.