"Recall season, oh what fun. Giving spanks for deeds ill done." — Jalopnik
(Hoh, we need an agent, seriously).
Two new recalls were announced today, encompassing 118,447 Sedona minivans built from 2003 to 2005, and 345,000 Toyota Sienna minivans, model years 2004 and 2005. For the Sedonas, a throttle cable was determined to be liable to freeze in place during cold weather, preventing drivers from decelerating. On the Siennas, seatbelts may become difficult to retract when unbuckled. Neither of the reported malfunctions have resulted in accidents, to date.
US Government Launches Investigation into Kia, Chrysler Engine Fires [internal]