Toyota recalling more than 300,000 trucks for seat belt issue
Toyota is announcing a major recall of more than 300,000 compact trucks because of a seat belt issue.
The models involved in the recall are Tacoma access cabs, equipped with rear-hinged, rear doors produced between 2004 and 2011.
According to a statement from Toyota, screws that attach to the seat belt could loosen over time, causing it to malfunction.
Toyota said they will notify customers by mail in the coming weeks.
Repairs will be made at no charge.
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