Quality is suddenly a problem for a major new model from Toyota, a vehicle maker with a reputation for trouble-free cars, Tuesday's Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported via Dow Jones Newswires. The WSJ said that, last month, the Japanese company said it was recalling 34,000 redesigned [US-market] 2004 Sienna minivans sold since earlier this year because of a fuel tank that suffered damage and leaked during crash tests.