From: john on 14 Jul 2010 23:52
Toyota engine computers may have gotten it wrong in the first place.
"The government says it hasn't reached any conclusions about whether
Toyota drivers may be to blame for their vehicles suddenly
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says today its
engineers continue to investigate possible causes of sudden
acceleration in Toyotas along with the National Academy of Sciences
The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday the government had analyzed
dozens of event data recorders, or black boxes, in Toyota vehicles
involved in crashes blamed on unintended acceleration and found the
throttles were open and the brakes not engaged. That would suggest
drivers were stepping on the gas pedal instead of the brakes."
From The Detroit News:
From: DaveW on 15 Jul 2010 13:41
On Wed, 14 Jul 2010 20:52:43 -0700 (PDT), john <johnahole(a)hotmail.com>
>and found the
>throttles were open and the brakes not engaged. That would suggest
>drivers were stepping on the gas pedal instead of the brakes."
Hey johnahole, do you even read this stuff before you post it? It's
the exact opposite of your usual propoganda.
By the way, why not tell us what you drive, john? C'mon - don't be
From: Bill Yanaire, ESQ on 15 Jul 2010 14:01
There you go again, getting a hard-on for Toyota stories. What's wrong
john? Wish you could afford to purchase a quality Toyota product? You
pissed that you have to take the bus?
How long have you worked the fryer at McDonald's?
Maybe you need another job.