July 29 (Reuters) - Toyota Corp recalled on Thursday 412,000 passenger cars and SUVs in the United States to fix potential problems with steering. The recall of older-model Toyota Avalon sedans and Lexus LX470 sport utility vehicles is the latest in a string of recalls that have hit the world's No. 1 automaker since last November. So far in 2010, Toyota has recalled just over 5 million vehicles in the United States, its biggest market. In the past 12 months, Toyota, its Lexus luxury ...

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