Toyota Motors Sales U.S.A. Inc. is recalling some 50,000 Toyota Sequoia SUVs because of fears about safe cornering. Affected are early-’03 models, the auto maker says. The recall involves upgrading the program logic in the Sequoia’s electronic stability-control system, trademarked VSC. “Without the upgrade, the VSC system could, in limited situations, activate at low speed for a few seconds after acceleration from a stopped position and, as a result, the vehicle may not accelerate as ...

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