Toyota recalls 3.4 million vehicles worldwide because of issues with air bags

Toyota is recalling 3.4 million vehicles worldwide – including 2.9 million in the United States – because of an electronic defect that can result in air bags not deploying in crashes.

The company says vehicles may have an electronic control unit that does not have adequate protection from electrical noise in a crash, which can in turn affect the deployment of the air bags.

In the event of a crash, the lack of protection from electrical noise could lead to incomplete or non-deployment of the air bags, or even impede the operation of seat-belt pretensioners.

Toyota has said they will notify owners of the recall by mid-March.

What if this auto defect has already directly affected you?

You need to contact an auto defect lawyer immediately. At the Potts Law Firm, we have spent years refining our skills as product liability attorneys. We have handled cases in many parts of the country and achieved great results for our clients in product liability lawsuits. It will not cost you anything to consult with an attorney at The Potts Law Firm, and you will only pay attorney fees and expenses if we win your case.

How can I find out if I’m affected by a recall?

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If you learn that you are driving a vehicle that has been recalled, it’s very important for your safety that you get your vehicle checked out as soon as possible. If you or a loved one have been the victim of an automobile defect, contact the auto defect attorneys at The Potts Law Firm to review your case.


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