Toyota is recalling 9,502 RAV4 and RAV4 hybrids, which were manufactured between September and October 2019, because of a failure in the front lower suspension arm.

Due to cracks on the surface of the parts, when they come out to accelerate or decelerate, more cracks will be generated on the surface of the parts, which will lead to the separation of the parts from the wheel assembly over time, increasing the chances of vehicle accidents.

Now the developer has announced that it will stop selling the affected RAV4, meaning it will not be sold until the issue is resolved.

So far, however, the developer has not received any reports of accidents caused by the problem.

The developer advised affected customers to take the affected vehicles to local dealerships for professional replacement parts.

Affected car owners will be notified of the recall starting July 19.