Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Toyota's U.S. Chief Says No Problem With Electronics

The attack on Japaneese automaker, Toyota, will continue today in Congress.

It is difficult to believe a U.S. automaker would be put through this.

Toyota Motor Corp.'s U.S. sales chief, James Lentz, plans to tell members of a House panel investigating the auto maker's handling of sudden acceleration complaints that the company is "confident that no problems exist with the electronic throttle control system in our vehicles," according to WSJ.

Lentz said Toyota believes that sudden acceleration incidents involving Toyota and Lexus vehicles were caused by improperly placed floor mats and "sticky" accelerator pedals.

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