Small batch of minivans may have been damaged during assembly.
Toyota has issued another recall for Sienna minivans, again citing a rollaway risk.
A relatively small batch of 2014-model-year vehicles were built with a transmission shift cable that may have been damaged during assembly, potentially causing the cable to bind or separate when a driver attempts to select a different gear.
In some instances, the gear shift lever may not match the indicated gear. The problem could allow the vehicle to roll away even if the lever is in the 'Park' position.
The botched assembly process is believed to have been limited to just one week of production in June, resulting in a recall count of just 263 vehicles. Many are likely still in dealer inventory.
The company last year recalled 615,000 older Sienna minivans over a manufacturing error that caused possible damage to the shifter lock solenoid, which also brought a risk of rollaway.