By Jake Sherman WASHINGTON, Feb 23 (POLITICO) - A top American Toyota executive isn't even sure that his company's massive recall of cars will solve the mechanical problems. James Lentz, the American president of Toyota, said under questioning that the recall might "not totally" fix the rapid acceleration problem that caused a rash of deaths and severely damaged the company's global image. Lentz promised the company would continue to look for problems. Lentz's comments under ...
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