Toyota has issued a recall for 41,630 2016 model year Camry sedans in the United States due to an incorrectly calibrated Occupant Classification System (OCS) in the passenger's side front seat.
The OCS system uses numerous sensors to tell the airbags whether or not they should deploy in case of an accident.
An incorrectly calibrated OCS system for the front passenger could lead to the Camry's front passenger airbag and the front passenger knee airbag not deploying in an accident which could increase the risk of an injury to the front seat passenger.
Toyota has not reported whether any injuries or deaths caused by the incorrectly calibrated system.
Toyota will inform affected customers to take their cars to the nearest dealership to get the Occupant Classification System (OCS) re-calibrated, free of cost.
The same issue has also caused a recall of 16,880 2016 model year Avalon sedans.