More recall woes for Toyota. The company's Tundra pickup may have its second recall in two years, pending the results of an NHTSA investigation into more suspension part failures.

In 2005, Toyota recalled 775,000 Tundra and Tacoma pickups, and the Sequoia and 4Runner SUVs because of ball joint problems that could lead to suspension failure. The current investigation is taking a new look at continued complaints of suspension problems with 2003 and 2004 Tundras.

The NHTSA has 142 incidents of ball joint failure on file, with two-thirds of the failures occuring on four-wheel drive models.

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[Source: Bloomberg]

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