Toyota Motor Corp. finds that with increased production comes the risk of mistake. The auto maker’s North American arm last year fell prey to the malady of recalls, doubling its previous high with 2,225,254 vehicles called back in the U.S., according to federal records. Toyota had 1.1 million vehicles recalled in 2004, up dramatically from 210,000 in 2003. Statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. show Toyota issued 12 recall campaigns in 2005, six of them involving ...

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