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toyota recalls 1.4 million vehicles for airbag problemtoyota recalls 1.4 million vehicles for airbag problemtoyota recalls 1.4 million vehicles for airbag problem

by:Powerful Toys     2019-12-06
TOKYO —
Toyota is recalling one.
There are 43 million vehicles worldwide due to airbag failures.
But the company said on Wednesday that the components were not manufactured by Takata, a supplier of airbags and at the heart of the biggest safety recall in the history of the automotive industry.
Japan-based Toyota did not disclose the names of airbag suppliers subject to the recall announcement.
Keeping the names of suppliers secret is a common practice for automakers;
Takata was named only after the scale and severity of the problem caused strong public attention.
Toyota also said in another statement that it would recall two vehicles.
There are 87 million vehicles in the world due to fuel tank problems.
Toyota\'s recent recall has raised consumer concerns about the safety of airbags.
Automakers have recalled 60 million cars in the United States and recalled tens of millions of cars worldwide to solve the problem of airbags made by Takada, also a Japanese company, 14 people have died and more than 100 others have been injured.
President Takata said Tuesday he plans to resign.
Problems with Takata airbags include their inflatable devices.
Metal capsules with propellant force the airbag to unfold almost immediately during the collision.
Takada\'s inflatable device may burst violently, firing shrapnel at the driver or passenger.
A recall on Wednesday also involved airbag inflators.
It covers two hybrid vehicles, Prius and Lexus CT200h, which were manufactured between 2010 and 2012.
Toyota says the inflatable device in their airbags may have a small crack in the weld.
Failure can cause the airbag to inflate unexpectedly, sending the pieces of the inflator into the cabin.
Toyota says the problem is at the highest risk when the inflator is exposed to high humidity
It is also a factor related to Takata defects.
Toyota says manufacturing errors should be blamed instead of design problems.
The company said it was not aware of any injuries or deaths related to the latest issue.
The second recall involves a possible failure of the mechanism in which the fuel tank of the vehicle releases the evaporated fuel.
Toyota said that the mechanism known as the evaporation fuel emission control device has cracks, which may cause a small amount of fuel leakage when the driver fills the tank.
Toyota said the recall covered several models, including the Prius hybrid and the Corolla compact car produced between 2006 and 2015.
New York time Network-
Toyota is recalling one.
There are 43 million vehicles worldwide due to airbag failures.
But the company said on Wednesday that the components were not manufactured by Takata, a supplier of airbags and at the heart of the biggest safety recall in the history of the automotive industry.
Japan-based Toyota did not disclose the names of airbag suppliers subject to the recall announcement.
Keeping the names of suppliers secret is a common practice for automakers;
Takata was named only after the scale and severity of the problem caused strong public attention.
Toyota also said in another statement that it would recall two vehicles.
There are 87 million vehicles in the world due to fuel tank problems.
Toyota\'s recent recall has raised consumer concerns about the safety of airbags.
Automakers have recalled 60 million cars in the United States and recalled tens of millions of cars worldwide to solve the problem of airbags made by Takada, also a Japanese company, 14 people have died and more than 100 others have been injured.
President Takata said Tuesday he plans to resign.
Problems with Takata airbags include their inflatable devices.
Metal capsules with propellant force the airbag to unfold almost immediately during the collision.
Takada\'s inflatable device may burst violently, firing shrapnel at the driver or passenger.
A recall on Wednesday also involved airbag inflators.
It covers two hybrid vehicles, Prius and Lexus CT200h, which were manufactured between 2010 and 2012.
Toyota says the inflatable device in their airbags may have a small crack in the weld.
Failure can cause the airbag to inflate unexpectedly, sending the pieces of the inflator into the cabin.
Toyota says the problem is at the highest risk when the inflator is exposed to high humidity
It is also a factor related to Takata defects.
Toyota says manufacturing errors should be blamed instead of design problems.
The company said it was not aware of any injuries or deaths related to the latest issue.
The second recall involves a possible failure of the mechanism in which the fuel tank of the vehicle releases the evaporated fuel.
Toyota said that the mechanism known as the evaporation fuel emission control device has cracks, which may cause a small amount of fuel leakage when the driver fills the tank.
Toyota said the recall covered several models, including the Prius hybrid and the Corolla compact car produced between 2006 and 2015.
New York time Network-
Toyota is recalling one.
There are 43 million vehicles worldwide due to airbag failures.
But the company said on Wednesday that the components were not manufactured by Takata, a supplier of airbags and at the heart of the biggest safety recall in the history of the automotive industry.
Japan-based Toyota did not disclose the names of airbag suppliers subject to the recall announcement.
Keeping the names of suppliers secret is a common practice for automakers;
Takata was named only after the scale and severity of the problem caused strong public attention.
Toyota also said in another statement that it would recall two vehicles.
There are 87 million vehicles in the world due to fuel tank problems.
Toyota\'s recent recall has raised consumer concerns about the safety of airbags.
Automakers have recalled 60 million cars in the United States and recalled tens of millions of cars worldwide to solve the problem of airbags made by Takada, also a Japanese company, 14 people have died and more than 100 others have been injured.
President Takata said Tuesday he plans to resign.
Problems with Takata airbags include their inflatable devices.
Metal capsules with propellant force the airbag to unfold almost immediately during the collision.
Takada\'s inflatable device may burst violently, firing shrapnel at the driver or passenger.
A recall on Wednesday also involved airbag inflators.
It covers two hybrid vehicles, Prius and Lexus CT200h, which were manufactured between 2010 and 2012.
Toyota says the inflatable device in their airbags may have a small crack in the weld.
Failure can cause the airbag to inflate unexpectedly, sending the pieces of the inflator into the cabin.
Toyota says the problem is at the highest risk when the inflator is exposed to high humidity
It is also a factor related to Takata defects.
Toyota says manufacturing errors should be blamed instead of design problems.
The company said it was not aware of any injuries or deaths related to the latest issue.
The second recall involves a possible failure of the mechanism in which the fuel tank of the vehicle releases the evaporated fuel.
Toyota said that the mechanism known as the evaporation fuel emission control device has cracks, which may cause a small amount of fuel leakage when the driver fills the tank.
Toyota said the recall covered several models, including the Prius hybrid and the Corolla compact car produced between 2006 and 2015.
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