General Motors gm is recalling 122,593 Pontiac Vibe passenger cars in the United States to fix bolts in the power window system that can become loose and lead to the window shattering.
Details of the recall were released Thursday. It's similar to a recall of 539,500 2003-2004 model year Toyota Corolla and Matrix vehicles announced Wednesday.
The vehicles share a common platform and are built in a GM-Toyota joint venture in Fremont, Calif.
GM says it received 107 complaints of glass breaking and 11 reports of minor injuries. There have been no crashes reported.
Toyota tm said Wednesday it had received reports of 143 cases in which the bolts at the bottom of the power window assembly became loose, caused the window to rattle or led to the window breaking.
Toyota spokesman Joe Tetherow said there had been one minor accident and 15 injuries reported.
The GM recall involves 2003-2004 model year Vibe vehicles with power windows.
The Toyota recall involves 2003-2004 model year Corolla and Matrix vehicles with power windows.
Vehicles with manual windows are not part of the recalls. The recall affects only vehicles sold in the United States.
Toyota said if the window bolts become loose, motorists may hear an abnormal noise from the driver or front passenger door while operating the power windows.
Toyota will notify owners of the recall in late April. Dealers will replace the driver and front passenger door glass bolts at no charge to owners.
For more information, owners can call Toyota at (800) 331-4331.