Here's a funny little twist on reporting: GM is recalling over 700,000 minivans and Toyota is "replacing" a seatbelt part in 150,000 ES and Camry sedans. I guess Toyotas don't get recalled. GM has a problem with the power-sliding doors on the Minivans with people and children getting their hands stuck. Not a good problem to have on a minivan. The Toyotas are being recalled to replace a part that may not automatically tell that there is a child seat in the front passenger seat and not suppress the airbag deployment. Let's hope 2005 does not repeat this year of recalls.
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