Three auto makers are calling back vehicles over new safety concerns, Reuters reports. Toyota Motor Corp. will recall some 4,900 '05 Avalon sedans to fix a defective steering column that was joined with an imprecise weld. The vehicle, which is new for '05, could lose steering in some situations. Toyota last week recalled about 880,000 SUVs and pickup trucks due to front-suspension ball joints that may wear prematurely. (See related story: Toyota Recalls 880,000 SUVs and Pickups) ...

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