After recalling the Prius for a software glitch last week, Toyota announced that it will be recalling an additional 1.27 million vehicles. While the recall won't affect the United States (the problem is limited to right-hand drive cars and trucks only), the recall will still set Toyota back $128 million and affect 16 models, including the Corolla and RAV4. The vehicles in question may potentially suffer from headlight failure due to a faulty light switch.
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