Scion Recalls 11,200 iQs
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The deterioration of the aforementioned wires may also cause the seat belt pretensioner to not work correctly, or at all, thus limiting the efficiency of the entire safety system. No complaints have been filed yet, and the recall has been a voluntary one, initiated by Toyota, without any outside input.
All cars will receive a free fix, at any authorized dealer, consisting of a protective cover slid over the sensor and cable, in order to prevent future damage. A manufacturing flaw like this is so not-typical for Toyota (and Scion), and it’s not something they could blame on a third-party supplier - it can only be attributed to sloppy build quality.
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