Toyota has announced a recall of three car models, because of a defective fuel line.
The current-model Camry, Camry Hybrid and Aurion, built between October 2011 and July 2012, are affected.
Toyota says the problem could cause the cars to leak fuel, and owners should contact a Toyota dealer for the part to be replaced.
It is understood up to 20,000 cars could be affected nationwide.
Spokeswoman Beck Angel says safety is Toyota's number one priority.
"We have initiated this recall as a safety precaution.
Not all vehicles will require repair," she said.
"We are asking everyone to bring their vehicles so we can check that they're safe." She says owners need to contact a Toyota dealer for the part to be replaced.
"It's still safe to drive vehicles; however, if people smell fuel they should stop driving and visit their nearest Toyota dealer."