US: Toyota absolves throttle electronics, announces new quality moves
Toyota Motor Engineering and Manufacturing North America (TEMA) said it had had not found a single case in which the vehicle's electronic throttle control system would lead to unintended acceleration but had nonetheless broadened the scope of its on-site Swift Market Analysis Response Teams (SMART) evaluation process following an 80% drop in complaints of unexpected acceleration since April 2010.
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