Toyota Motor Corp. says testing surrounding unintended-acceleration complaints has yet to uncover any fault with its in-vehicle electronics. “There has not been any single case found as a result of the investigations that those sudden accelerations have been caused as a result of the electronic-throttle system,” Shinichi Sasaki, executive vice president in charge of quality for TMC tells financial analysts during a conference call today. Toyota, he says, has distributed and sold about 40 ...
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