Toyota announced this week that it was recalling a total of 3.37 million vehicles over airbag and emission control issues.
While that number is huge, it doesn’t even crack the top 10 largest auto recalls in history — though Toyota has made the top 10 twice before.
The automaker announced Wednesday that it was recalling 2.87 million cars over a possible fault in emissions control units, according to Reuters. Toyota previously announced late Tuesday that 1.43 million cars needed repairs involving air bag inflators. Those recalls, in addition to some hybrid Prius models requiring repairs for defects, took the total to 3.37 million.
The largest auto recall in history goes to Ford, which also claims the most spots in the list of top 10 auto recalls. Ford recalled 21 million vehicles in 1980 due to an issue with parking gear, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Ford also recalled 4.1 million vehicles over seat belts in 1972, 7.9 million over ignition switch fires in 1996 and 15 million over a decade between 1999 and 2009 due to cruise-control issues, according to Quartz. That brings their total major recalls to about 48 million cars.
Besides the airbag and emission issues, Toyota has had two major recalls since 2010. Its worst was a highly publicized issue over sudden acceleration due to faulty gas pedals in 2010, which was linked to 12 deaths. It eventually resulted in 9 million cars being recalled and a $1.2 billion fine from the federal government.
Toyota’s latest recall has not been linked to any deaths.
Toyota also had to recall 7.4 million vehicles in 2012 due to faulty power windows.
Other automakers who made the top 10 recalls are Volkswagen — for recalling 8.5 million vehicles due to emissions cheating earlier in 2016 — and General Motors, for three recalls in the 1970s and 80s that totaled 16.2 million vehicles.