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Toyota Recalls 11,000 Scion iQs Over Airbag Concerns
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Toyota Recalls 11,000 Scion iQs Over Airbag Concerns

Nov 8 2012, 1:03pm CST | by

Airbags could go off accidentally

Toyota has announced that it is recalling select 2012 one 2013 model Scion iQ micro cars. The problem that led to the recall is that the airbags may inadvertently inflate or may not inflated all the...

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Toyota Recalls 11,000 Scion iQs Over Airbag Concerns

Nov 8 2012, 1:03pm CST | by

Airbags could go off accidentally

Toyota has announced that it is recalling select 2012 one 2013 model Scion iQ micro cars. The problem that led to the recall is that the airbags may inadvertently inflate or may not inflated all the cost of damaged data cables.

The data cables used in the vehicle could become damaged if a loose object falls under the vehicle seat where the cable is located. Toyota also says that the seatbelt pre-tensioners and the vehicle could also felt operate properly. The fix according to Toyota is to get the cables with protective covers, which is being done at no cost.

 

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