* Probe covers 1.2 mln Corolla and Matrix vehicles * Investigation covers model years 2005-07 * Cars could 'stall at any speed without warning'-NHTSA DETROIT, Aug 23 (Reuters) - U.S. auto safety regulators have stepped up a probe into the risk that up to 1.2 million Toyota Motor Corp Corolla and Matrix vehicles could stall due to defective electronic engine control units. Regulators began an engineering analysis on Aug. 18 into the reports of stalling in Corolla and Matrix cars from ...
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