UPDATE 1-Toyota confident throttles not linked to recall saga


* Toyota has serviced more than half of recalled vehicles * Toyota has paid $16.4 mln fine to settle recall claim * Committee has demanded information on throttles WASHINGTON, May 19 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp remains confident its electronic throttles are sound and not behind instances of unintended acceleration that led to huge recalls, government investigations and an avalanche of lawsuits, the company's U.S. sales president said. Jim Lentz, in written testimony submitted to ...

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