Toyota Scion iQ Recall, Air Bag Failure Danger

2013 Toyota Scion iQ Recall, Air Bag Danger
Vehicle Make / Model:     Model Year(s):
     SCION IQ     2012-2013
Manufacturer: Toyota Motor North America, Inc. Report Receipt Date: NOV 08, 2012
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 12V528000 NHTSA Action Number: N/A
Component: AIR BAGS
Potential Number of Units Affected: 11,153 
 Toyota is recalling certain model year 2012-2013 Scion IQ vehicles manufactured July 31, 2011, through October 12, 2012. The cable for the Occupant Classification System (OCS) may become damaged when sliding the passenger seat forward or backward.
 If the cable for the OCS becomes damaged, the front passenger airbags may not deploy or they may deploy inappropriately for the passenger's size and position. This could increase the risk of personal injury during the event of a vehicle crash necessitating airbag deployment.
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