Incorrect. There never was a government forced recall. And Toyota issued a "safety recall" in 2009, well before the class action lawsuit in 2015.
I never said the government forced the recall, I said there was a class action lawsuit, which there was.
Do you have the text of the 2009 Safety Recall? The CAL was launched in 2014 and for the 2005-2010 Tacoma, 2007-2008 Tundra and the 2005-2008 Sequoia.
The original frame Service Campaign, covering a limited number of vehicles, was launched in 2014, the same year as the Class Action Lawsuit, and was later updated in April of 2015:
Toyota then settled the Class Action Lawsuit in 2017:
Dealer Package: Modified warranty claim submission flowchart. See Appendix A. In our continuing efforts to ensure the best in customer satisfaction, Toyota is announcing a Warranty Enhancement Program to extend the warranty coverage for Frame Corrosion on certain 2005 - 2010 model year Tacoma vehicles. On May 21, 2017, a settlement of claims in a class action lawsuit involving 2005 - 2010 Toyota Tacoma vehicles regarding frame corrosion was approved. This finally approved class action settlement includes inspection of the customer's frame, and if the frames meet or exceed the Rust Perforation Standard based on the Court-ordered inspection criteria, the frame will be replaced at no cost to the customer. This settlement will also include CRC (Corrosion Resistant Compound) application.