Some Toyota dealers are planning to work non-stop, to fix the 2.3 million cars and trucks in the United States affected by a recall. Dealers should be getting parts by the end of this week. A sticky gas pedal problem started a recall affecting 4.2 million vehicles around the world, and it's left dealers unable to sell a large part of their inventory, including some of the automaker's most popular models. Toyota says it's training dealers how to do the repairs. A company spokesman says dealers can begin start selling the suspended models as soon as they are fixed. Toyota says it's priority will go to fixing cars that are already on the road.