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Toyota Recalls '06 and '07 Yaris Cars

January 28, 2009

SAN FRANCISCO --- Toyota Motor Sales USA said it was recalling about 134,900 Yaris vehicles sold in the United States.

The recall was prompted by concerns that a defect could cause a foam pad near the selt belt to ignite during a collision, the Los Angeles Times reported. The recall only affects 2006 and 2007 model-year Yaris cars. So far, there have been no reported injuries resulting from this problem.

On a global basis, Toyota's Yaris recall affects 1.3 million vehicles.

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