1. Toyota is going to recall about 70 C-HR SUVs to stop the rear wheels from falling off.

    The automakers says the problem could result in “reduced brake performance or a potential loss of vehicle stability.” Ya don’t say.

    The government hasn't released recall details and Toyota didn't say more, other than dealers will check the bearing bolts for the rear axle hubs and replace the hub bearing assemblies if loose bolts are discovered.

    If the rear axle carrier sub-assemblies are loose, dealers will install new ones.

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