TOKYO (AP) - Suzuki Motor Corp. said Tuesday it is recalling 119,718 cars across five models because of faulty air bag systems.
Swift, Wagon R, Solio, Cruise and MW models produced between March 2003 and September this year are subject to the recall, the Japanese auto maker said in a statement.
The air bag for the front passenger seat may not work properly, Suzuki said.
It was not immediately clear whether any of the affected cars were sold overseas.
Calls to Suzuki headquarters in Shizuoka rang unanswered late Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Japan's Isuzu Motors said Tuesday it is recalling 21,000 trucks to replace faulty engine oil filters.
Subject to the recall are 21,453 Forward trucks manufactured between April 2004 and November this year, Isuzu said in a statement.
The oil filter could crack under pressure, causing oil to leak out, Isuzu said.
It was not immediately clear whether any of the affected trucks were sold overseas.
There have been at least 10 reports of oil leaking from Forward trucks between March and October, according to Kyodo News agency.
In one incident, two motorbikes slipped on the leaked oil and fell over, though it was not clear whether there were any injuries, Kyodo said.
Isuzu officials were unavailable for comment.