A major automotive manufacturer has announced a massive set of recalls Wednesday to address a series of problems, including a faulty cable that could prevent air bags from deploying and a defect that could prevent car seats from remaining in place during an accident.
Toyota, the world’s largest automaker, said it is not aware of any crashes, injuries or deaths caused by the problems.
The largest recall involves 3.5 million vehicles equipped with a spiral cable that can be damaged when the steering wheel turns. The frayed cable could cause a warning lamp to illuminate and a car’s air bag to deactivate.
And that’s just one of their recalls; there are even more! Read more here.
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