DETROIT, Dec 23 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. is replacing a defective seat belt component in 150,061 sedans in the United States, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on Thursday. The vehicles that are being repaired are Lexus ES 330 and Camry sedans from 2004-2005 model years. NHTSA said a component called the buckle status switch from the seat belt buckle may loosen when installing rear-facing infant child seat bases onto the front passenger seat. This could ...
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