(autoinsidernews) - Toyota has launched another massive recall on its full-size Tundra pickup and Sequoia SUV involving the front suspension. Toyota notified the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) that it will recall 553,000 2004-2006 Tundra trucks and 2004-2007 Sequoia SUVs to inspect and possibly replace ball-joint assemblies.
This is the Tundra and Sequoia's second recall involving the front suspension in less than two years. In May 2005, Toyota recalled over 750,000 Tacomas, 4Runners, Tundras and Sequoias from the 2001-2004 model years because of similar ball joint problems, reports Trend.
Six injuries and 11 accidents are attributed to the issue, which lead to the recall. Toyota will notify Tundra and Sequoia owners of the recall in February. Replacement of the left and right front suspension lower ball joint will be done at no charge.