About 1.03 million vehicles built between June 2015 and May 2018 will be recalled for safety checks, the Toyota announced on Wednesday. There are approximately 1.03 million vehicles that are affected worldwide with 554,000 of them in Japan and about 192,000 in the US, Jean-Yves Jault, a company spokesman said.
Toyota has issued a recall campaign for the 2016-2018 Prius, addressing an issue that can lead to fires.
An engine wire harness connected to the power control unit is at risk of wear over time, potentially leading to a short circuit or even a fire, the company said in a statement.
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Roughly half of the recalls would take place in Japan.
If this occurs, it could cause an electrical short circuit which would lead to a surge in heat and risk firm, said the vehicle firm.
A recall in the United Kingdom is expected to follow as there are a total of 209,000 European models potentially affected.
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They are part of a larger global recall of about one million hybrid vehicles that are believed to be susceptible to an electrical defect.
To fix the problem, Toyota will install a new harness with a protective sleeve if the wire is frayed.
No injuries have been reported as a result of the issue.
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All known owners will be notified by first-class mail starting late this month, and repairs to prevent the potential scenario will be made at no cost to customers, Toyota said. Once a recalled vehicle reaches the dealership, technicians will inspect the wiring harness in question and, if any wires are exposed, it will replace the harness with an updated version that includes a protective sleeve.