On Mar 9, 7:06�pm, info_at_1-script_dot email@example.com (DA) wrote:
ahh cops have LOUD speakers amplifiers to direct people.
I had a chevy citation run away after a mechanics mistake, its really
very scary and can cause panic.
In my case I put car in neutral engine blew. garage and me negoiated
they paid the amount of a used engine with 80K miles, I paid the
difference for a brand new GM target engine, we quibbled minor detail
can was great with brand new engine
Far too many vehicles are running away nation and world wide.
Toyota deserves what it gets, bad press lost sales and BIG lawsuits.
Toyota was aware of the troubles, ignored them and actively
manipulated regulators to save recall costs.
they deserve the trashing of their company, to prevent coverups in the
A toyota went thru a guardrail in a home depot parking lot, and nearly
dropped over 100 feet into a ravine. gal was lucky she wasnt killed
On Tue, 9 Mar 2010 07:55:24 -0800 (PST), firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
If I owned a Toyota, the first thing I'd do is completely REMOVE the
gas pedal. That's the faulty part, so remove it. I can guarantee
that there would not be any further problems with the car, other than
possibly getting it towed to the nearest scrapyard, or converting it
into a lawn ornament.
A couple of weeks ago Newsweek had an article about the Toyota problems.
In it was a quote from the company that made the brake pedal assembly that
was blamed for creating the problem.
The assertion was that Toyota's runaways started before this company became
a supplier and it was not their fault.
I can't give you more detail as the magazine went into the recycle bin.
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