Toyota Motor Corp. will recall a total of 7,067 of its 2014 model Highlander sport utility vehicle for free repairs in the U.S. market due to a seat belt problem, Toyota officials said Thursday.

The recall concerns Highlander SUVs manufactured between Nov. 20 last year and Jan. 18. There is a possibility that parts of the Highlander’s seat belts have not been properly secured to the vehicle floor, they said.

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