Hundreds of thousands of Toyota owners will soon receive an unusual letter in the mail.
It will tell them that their car is being recalled for a second time to fix the suspension, because the first recall didn't work.
Toyota is now re-recalling more than 700,000 RAV4's, and some Lexus HS 250 sedans, to fix a defect that the first recall failed to fix.
The problem is improperly tightened rear-wheel alignment nuts.
Eventually rust could build up and cause tie-rod failure and the possible loss of vehicle control.
If you have a 2006 - 2011 RAV4 or Lexus HS250 Hybrid, you may want to check with your dealer.
You should also expect a notice in the mail in the next few months.