PRINCETON, Ind. (AP) -- Production work has resumed as planned at Toyota's southwestern Indiana plant after a weeklong shutdown for the company to repair defective gas pedals.
Spokeswoman Kelly Dillon says the factory near Princeton was back to "business as usual" when its lines restarted on Monday.
About 4,200 people work at the factory, making the Highlander and Sequoia SUVs that are among the troubled models.
Dillon told the Evansville Courier & Press that the plant had received a shipment of new accelerator pedals expected to fix the problem that led to the recall.
Toyota allowed its employees report to the plant and do nonproduction work, take paid vacation time or take unpaid days off.