Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling 158,489 Tundra pickups because of faulty headlight electrical circuits that may power high and low beams at the same time, which could lead to overheating.
The recall involves vehicles from the 2018-21 model years.
In a safety recall report, Toyota said that with both beams on simultaneously, the vehicle's electrical conductor could overheat and lead to a fire.
Toyota said it knew of 18 field reports alleging various problems. Twelve of them alleged an inoperative headlamp or damage to the headlamp connector, such as melting, but displayed no actual fire. The other six reports said fires occurred in the headlamp assembly.
There are 47 warranty claims related to the condition. Of those, 44 reported damage but no fire, and three reported damage with fire.
The automaker declined to disclose whether any accidents or injuries are connected to the recall.