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MLSCMathematics Learning Support Centre
MLSCMilitary Science (college course)
MLSCMaryland Legal Services Corporation
MLSCMinnesota Legal Services Coalition
MLSCMichigan Life Sciences Corridor (University of Michigan)
MLSCMicroscale Life Sciences Center
MLSCMusic Library Special Collections (UCLA)
MLSCMusic Library Service Company
MLSCMassachusetts Life Sciences Collaborative
MLSCMaputo Liquids Storage Company (Mozambique)
MLSCMaple Leaf Shipping Co., Ltd. (China)
MLSCMaster of Library Science
MLSCMolecular Libraries Screening Centers
MLSCMicrovolume Laser Scanning Cytometry
MLSCMaldon Little Ship Club (UK)
MLSCMolecular and Life Sciences Center (California State University, Long Beach)
MLSCMachine Learning and Sensorimotor Control
MLSCMaster Land Services Contract
MLSCMenlo Logic Support Center
MLSCMachine Learning and Soft Computing
MLSCMedicine Lake Sailing Club
MLSCMissing Link Scooter Club
MLSCLoss of Steering Control
MLSCMono Lake Shorebird Counts (California)
MLSCMacLean Legal Search Consultants
MLSCMicronesia Legal Services Corporation
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The firm says historical design flaws in higher profile vehicles like Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) and trucks, coupled with the lack of mandatory Electronic Stability Control (ESC), have made certain vehicles more susceptible to loss of steering control, loss of traction control and rollovers.
If both bolts were to fall out, the front lower ball joint could detach from the steering knuckle causing a loss of steering control.
Three of the complaints alleged the loss of steering control caused crashes.
According to the NHTSA, Toyota conducted a recall in Japan in 2004 for Hilux pickup trucks saying weakness in the steering relay rods could lead to loss of steering control.
According to a European consumer watchdog organisation RAPEX, 'a possible incorrect tightening of the steering shaft upper joint fixing screw could lead to the breakage of the shaft, with consequent loss of steering control which could lead to an accident.
ABS helps prevent wheel lock-up and loss of steering control which can help reduce accidents, tire flatspotting and repairs, and can stabilize insurance costs.
This problem can lead to a complete loss of steering control.
According to police, the relay rod in a Hilux Surf fractured causing a loss of steering control.
In addition, ABS can prevent wheel lock-up, spin-out and loss of steering control, which helps the driver avoid accidents and reduce damage to cargo and equipment.
The vehicles are being recalled to fix a manufacturing defect in the power steering system that can result in loss of steering control.
In the accident, a Hilux Surf manufactured in 1993 strayed into the opposite lane and collided head-on with a passenger car after its relay rod fractured, causing a loss of steering control.
12, 2004, a Hilux Surf that was manufactured in November 1993 strayed into the opposite lane and collided head-on with a passenger car, injuring five people, after its relay rod fractured, causing a loss of steering control.