(NBC) - Toyota's issued a recall for some models of its hybrid Prius. The recall is to fix an engine wire harness attached to the car's power control unit that could cause a fire.
It affects the 2016 - 2018 model years, impacting about 192,000 cars in the U.S.
There's no word on whether the issue has caused any accidents, injuries or deaths but the recall is part of a wider one for more than a million Prius vehicles worldwide.
Toyota users can look up safety recalls at this link.