Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. says it found no defects in repaired vehicles subject to recalls to address sudden acceleration. Toyota examined four vehicles in connection with more than 50 complaints received by the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. The complaints alleged new incidents of sudden acceleration even though the vehicles had been recalled and repaired to fix the problem. A woman tells NHTSA she took her ’10 Camry to a dealer for an “accelerator replacement” Feb. 17. “A ...

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