Toyota has announced another recall on Wednesday for nearly 1.7 million of it’s cars over fuel leak problems.
Toyota’s luxury brand, Lexus, is involved in that recall.
The recall is for the improper installation of a fuel pressure sensor that could cause it to vibrate causing the sensor to loosen and leak fuel into the engine. The U.S. vehicles affected include the 2006-07 Lexus GS300/350 sedans, 2006-09 Lexus IS250 sedans and 2006-early 2008 Lexus IS350 sedans.
Toyota says there have been no injury or accident reports related to the recall but has received more than 200 complaints from customers.
Another problem causing the recall is bad fuel lines that can crack, but this issue mostly involves models sold overseas.
This new recall brings the total number of Toyotas recalled since December 2009, when acceleration problems plagued the company, to more than 12 million.