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Toyota Recalls 128,000 Camrys

July 27, 2004

Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A., Inc., is recalling 128,000 2002-04 Toyota Camrys because side airbag curtains may not work properly, reported Automotive News. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced the recall late last week. The agency said the curtains may be twisted near their inflators and may not deploy fully in a crash. The automaker told NHTSA its dealers will inspect each curtain and will replace the entire assembly when a problem is found, reported Automotive News.
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