Unless your car has been sitting on a dealer lot for over a month or two, I’m kinda doubting your vehicle is being recalled...you can verify it yourself by plugging your vin into the appropriate Toyota recall website (it may be different for Canada vs. US models)...if it comes back with a recall notice for the engine, take it in to your local Toyota dealer to check the engine number, as they are the only ones who can verify whether you indeed have a bad engine block. Of the people on this forum who have done this, no one (yet) has been told that their engines are affected. So it would be a rare event if your rav4 was affected (e.g. about .5% chance)...So Toyota Canada nor my dealer had my VIN on record, i have the NVIS and the local dealer Service manager asks me " do you have this car?' i was like YEAHHH. Anyways, i got that corrected and as soon as i do, Local dealer calls me up saying MY ENGINE could blow up and i need to bring the car into the dealership. However, the Toyota Canada 1888 number customer service said there was a interim recall on my VIN. But they are not sure if it needs an engine replacement. I drove my 2020 XLE out from dealership like less than 18 days ago and only have 400 Kms on the engine lol. SCREWED....!!! my VIN# ends 066797 and Engine# starts with K15xxx printed on the front of the engine block. i see alot of Dxxxxx # not sure where that other number that can only be viewed using an endoscope can be found.