DETROIT, July 26 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling more than 128,000 Camry sedans in the United States because of a potential problem with their side curtain air bags. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said the problem, stemming from improper factory assembly, could cause incomplete air bag deployment in the event of a crash, increasing the risk of injuries or deaths. The 128,316 Camrys affected are from the 2002-2004 model years, NHTSA said.
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