That's the conclusion of the Feds after having NASA plus other "experts" look into the Toyota sudden acceleration problem. Sticky accelerator linkage also -- not electrical (electronic).
I am skeptical that the problem has been identified. Do you think the issue is solved? Would you buy a Toyota now?
http://www.nbc.com/news-sports/msnbc-vi … n-toyotas/
The credible reports I've seen include a braking issue along with an acceleration issue, yes. It doesn't seem plausible that a floor mat would do both simultaneously.
From what I've read it seems if they couldn't find a computer glitch or electrical problem, they assumed it was the mats.
I owned a Toyota a few years ago and it was a great car. And, they assemble many of them in the U.S. unlike some "U.S." makes.
They should keep looking for a computer problem, IMO.
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