Toyota Recalls 51,000 Tundra Trucks

Toyota Tundra recall
Toyota Tundra recall

Another week, another Toyota recall. Just last week, Toyota recalled 308,000 RAV4s and Highlanders because of a problem with the airbags. This time the automaker has recalled about 51,000 of its 2011 model year Tundra trucks because part of the rear drive shaft can break, the company said.

Toyota estimated that just 0.05% of the trucks -- roughly 26 trucks -- could have a slip yoke that was improperly cast at the foundry and could break. The company said it knows of one drive shaft slip yoke that broke, and in that case, there were no reports of an accident or injury.