I have a 2010 Gli and haven't really found a problem at this time but the recall has indeed had its affect on me and now i am not so sure about the sticky accelerator pedal...Here are the details of problems stated by Toyota itself.
What is the problem that could cause accelerators to stick and led to the recall?
The issue involves a friction device in the pedal designed to provide the proper “feel” by adding resistance and making the pedal steady and stable.
This friction device includes a “shoe” that rubs against an adjoining surface during normal pedal operation. Due to the materials used, wear and environmental conditions, these surfaces may, over time, begin to stick and release instead of operating smoothly. In some cases, friction could increase to a point that the pedal is slow to return to the idle position or, in rare cases, the pedal sticks, leaving the throttle partially open.
What is the solution Toyota announced to fix sticking accelerator pedals?
Toyota’s engineers have developed and rigorously tested a solution that is both effective and simple. A precision-cut steel reinforcement bar will be installed into the accelerator pedal assembly, thereby eliminating the excess friction that has caused pedals to stick in rare instances.
So anyone who has any of of these or other associated problems please discuss them here.
I highly doubt that our beloved president would ever let a recall happen here in Pakistan as long as he gets his part of the share....so its every man for himself. Please feel free to comment about these problems and share with us if anything that comes up. Your co-operation is highly appreciated.