DETROIT, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Co is consulting with U.S. safety regulators on a fix that would allow it to avoid the more costly option of shipping brand new accelerators for over 2 million Americans with vehicles under recall, two people briefed on the actions said. A spokesman for Toyota confirmed that the company had been in close consultation with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration over a proposed fix for the problem of accelerator pedals that can become ...
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