Toyota is recalling more than 600,000 Sienna minivans over worries about the vehicles’ rusting spare tire holders. http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2010/04/17/us/politics/AP-US-Toyota-Recall.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=Toyota%20and%20Sienna&st=cse
Toyota is worried that after the bad winter in the U.S., road salt could cause rust on the carrier cable that holds the Seinna’s spare tire, causing the tire to pop off and fall onto the road. That could pose a danger to other drivers, although the automaker says so far no accidents have been reported due to this problem.
The automaker has already recalled more than 8,000 cars due to their defective accelerator pedal problems.
In the case of the Sienna, the Toyota recall affects the 1998 to 2010 model Siennas that have two-wheel drive and have been sold in 20 states with cold weather, according to The New York Times.
Toyota is trying to find a way to solve the tire problem.
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