Toyota is recalling approximately 1 million cars and SUVs in the US due to a potential defect that may result in the passenger airbag not deploying during a crash. The recall includes various Toyota and Lexus models from 2020 and 2021, such as the Camry, Rav4, Sienna, RX350, and ES350. The issue stems from a faulty Occupant Classification System sensor that detects the presence of a person in the front passenger seat and may short circuit due to improper manufacturing. This sensor helps determine whether the passenger is an adult or child, and if a child is detected, the airbag may not deploy to avoid potential harm. Toyota has not disclosed any reported injuries related to this problem. Affected vehicle owners will be informed by Toyota and asked to bring their vehicles to a Toyota or Lexus dealer for a free inspection and replacement of the sensor, with notifications expected to be sent out by mid-February 2024.
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