Toyota recalls 340,000 trucks on steering fault


TOKYO, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. , Japan's top auto maker, issued two recall notices on Tuesday covering 339,637 trucks and vans in Japan due to faulty steering. One of the recalls applies to 330,496 units of Hilux, Hilux Surf and Hilux Surf Wagon models manufactured between December 1988 and May 1996. The glitch in the steering system caused one injury, Toyota said. The other case involves 9,141 Liteace and Townace small trucks built between July 2003 and June 2004. No ...

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