NATIONAL (FOX44) - If you drive a Toyota Prius, the automaker says your car could having steering problems.
The Japanese automaker is recalling one hundred and six thousand of its most popular hybrid.
They say a nut may come loose, causing the vehicle to steer with too much force.
So far, only one minor accident is being blamed on this default.
It affects fifty two thousand Prius's sold from 2001 through 2003 in the U.S.
Over the last two years, Toyota has announced massive recalls ballooning to include more than fourteen million cars.