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Toyota Recalls 670,000 Generation 2 Priuses

Recall centers on steering shaft that was not properly hardened during manufacturer.

Published: 16-Nov-2012

Toyota is recalling about 670,000 Toyota Prius vehicles in the U.S. because of problems with vehicles' steering.

In addition, 350,000 of these same vehicles are being recalled because of problems with the electric water pump for the hybrid system, Toyota announced Wednesday.

According to Toyota

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