Toyota has announced it will recall 1.43 million vehicles worldwide over faulty airbags, although it is not part of the massive recalls of Takata air bags.

The cars affected are Prius and Lexus models from 2008 to 2012. The recall includes 495,000 cars sold in North America, 743,000 in Japan as well as vehicles in Europe, China and other regions, according to the BBC and The Associated Press.

The Japanese car-maker said the vehicles have an airbag inflator that could have a small crack in a weld which could widen over time. The airbag could partially inflate and parts of the inflator could enter the vehicle interior, leading to “an increased risk of injury”.

Toyota said it does not know of any fatalities or injuries related to the latest recalls.

The latest recall does not involve Takata products and the problem has not been linked to any fatalities or injuries. Overall, the total numbers of air bag-related recalls is more than 100 million worldwide. Faulty air bags are responsible for 11 deaths and more than 100 injuries worldwide.