If you just got into your China-made
only to notice that your door panel has inexplicably melted, it's probably not your fault and the problem is going to be fixed for free. That's good news for you, we suppose, but not so much for
. New reports say the Japanese automaker is
688,314 Chinese-made sedans for faulty electronic window control systems. The damaged switches were reportedly caused by excessive lubricant used during manufacturing, which can cause overheating and, in rare cases, melting. The excessive lube issue has been traced to a single supplier, according to
breathlessly named General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine.
The vehicle most affected by the recall is the
, with 384,000 recalls. The
comes in second with 245,000 units affected, followed by 35,000 Vios and 22,000
models involved in the recall. A Toyota China spokesman reportedly told
that no accidents have occurred as a result of the defect.