Toyota tells dealers to stop selling 6 models, including Camry
January 30, 2014 (WLS) -- Toyota has told its dealers to immediately stop selling six of its most popular models. They have heated seats that could catch fire because padding on them does not meet U.S. safety codes.
A company spokesperson says the order affects about 36,000 vehicles in North America.
They include 2013 to 2014 models of Camry, the country's best-selling car.
Toyota says no fires or injuries have been reported and they can't legally sell any cars that don't comply with safety codes.
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