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Toyota recalls over 133,000 more vehicles in US

Toyota Motor Corp. on Dec. 13 issued another wave of recalls for certain 2018-2019 Tacomas, 2008-2019 Land Cruisers and 2008-2019 Lexus cars in the U.S.

The Land Cruiser and Lexus LX 570 recall involves approximately 89,700 vehicles. Toyota said the cars have a seatbelt tension sensor that could malfunction over time, as well as faulty passenger airbags that may be deactivated, increasing injury risks in the event of a crash.

Meanwhile, Toyota is also recalling about 44,000 Tacoma vehicles over defective brake pedals, which could increase the risk of a crash.

The Japanese carmakers said it will start notifying owners of affected vehicles by mid-February 2019.

The notice comes shortly after Toyota announced a recall of 65,000 cars in the U.S. to replace Takata Corp. airbags.