Toyota announced the recall June 24. Consumer Reports notes that 46,176 Tundras total were recalled, of which 44,928 are non-hybrid models built between November 2, 2021, and June 13, 2022, plus 1,248 Tundra Hybrids built between March 15, 2022, and June 7, 2022. The recall is to fix axle flange nuts. Toyota states that they can loosen up and eventually fall off, which in turn means the axle can separate from its housing. The consequences are unpleasant noises, a leaking differential, increased vibrations, and—in the worst case—a crash.