NASA to test Toyota electronics in safety probe


* NHTSA looks outside in electronic throttle probe * Other U.S. experts to look at auto acceleration issues * NASA Toyota work to run through late summer By John Crawley WASHINGTON, March 30 (Reuters) - U.S. auto safety regulators are turning to NASA scientists for help in analyzing Toyota Motor Corp electronic throttles to see if they are behind unintended acceleration, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said on Tuesday. In addition to the work by the National Aeronautics and ...

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