Toyota Motor Corp. announced a recall “involving about 600,000 Sienna minivans sold in the U.S. to address potential corrosion in the spare-tire carrier cable.” The vehicles most at risk are those used in cold-climate areas with high amounts of road salt.

Toyota said it was working on a fix, but for now it wants owners to bring the vans to a dealership for an inspection. Once it has a remedy, owners will get a second notice advising them of the solution.

[via LAtimes]


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