Mercedes-Benz is recalling nearly one-point-three million cars in the U.S. due to an issue with its emergency call system. The recall covers model years 2016 through 2021. This comes after a malfunction was discovered with the cars' "eCall" system, which could send emergency services to the wrong location in the event of a crash. Mercedes says there's been no report of injuries so far. The automaker is working on software updates that will roll out over-the-air, or at the company's dealership locations. The recall is expected to start on April 6th.