Toyota Provided No Evidence of Testing Electronic Throttle to USCongress

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Old 05 Mar 2010, 08:46 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default Toyota Provided No Evidence of Testing Electronic Throttle to USCongress

Toyota seems to playing delay tactics and dodgeball.

"The House Energy and Commerce Committee said Friday that documents
provided by Toyota Motor Corp. didn't appear to rule out electronic
defects in its vehicles and requested more information from the
automaker.

It said documents that had been turned over to the committee "fail to
show that Toyota has systematically investigated the possibility of
electronic defects."

From The Detroit News:
http://www.detroitnews.com/article/2...#ixzz0hMQ4pIEv

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Old 06 Mar 2010, 08:46 am   #2 (permalink)
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On 03/05/2010 06:46 PM, john wrote:
> Toyota seems to playing delay tactics and dodgeball.
>
> "The House Energy and Commerce Committee said Friday that documents
> provided by Toyota Motor Corp. didn't appear to rule out electronic
> defects in its vehicles and requested more information from the
> automaker.
>
> It said documents that had been turned over to the committee "fail to
> show that Toyota has systematically investigated the possibility of
> electronic defects."
>
> From The Detroit News:


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> http://www.detroitnews.com/article/2...ration-details


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Old 07 Mar 2010, 04:49 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: Toyota Provided No Evidence of Testing Electronic Throttle to US Congress

john <johngdole@hotmail.com> wrote in
news:dda05086-d313-48c0-9402-9d8701c64b7a@g8g2000pri.googlegroups.com:

> Toyota seems to playing delay tactics and dodgeball.
>
> "The House Energy and Commerce Committee said Friday that documents
> provided by Toyota Motor Corp. didn't appear to rule out electronic
> defects in its vehicles and requested more information from the
> automaker.
>

How the H would they know? They're politicians FCS. I doubt any of them
has so much as changed their own oil ever.

> It said documents that had been turned over to the committee "fail to
> show that Toyota has systematically investigated the possibility of
> electronic defects."
>

So you haven't eliminated to the *congress's* satisfaction that there's
no electronic defects. An organization that to my knowledge includes no
electrical engineers, software developers, enbedded systems designers or
even anyone who runs linux on their home computer. They're simply not
qualified to make even a guess in that regard.


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