Japanese carmaker Toyota announced on Wednesday a massive recall of 681,000 cars and trucks in the U.S. market to address potential problems, Reuters reported. Of the vehicles, 495,000 of them are Tacoma pickups, model years 2005 to 2009. The company is also recalling Camry midsize cars and Venza crossover vehicles. Toyota said it wasn’t aware of any accidents or injuries that the defects—which range from a faulty steering wheel part in the Tacoma and electrical resistance in the Camry and Venza—have caused to date. Owners are due to be notified over the next month and fixes are estimated to take a seamless 30 minutes.