Chrysler says its pedals differ from Toyota's


DETROIT, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Chrysler said on Thursday some of its models use pedals made by CTS Corp -- the supplier at the center of a massive recall by Toyota -- but said the pedals produced for the company have a different specification and design than the ones produced for Toyota. In addition to Toyota Motor Corp , CTS supplies accelerator pedals to automakers including Chrysler and Ford Motor Co . It does not sell pedals to General Motors Co [GM.UL]. Toyota has recalled 2.3 million ...

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