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NASA will investigate the Toyota problems

in All, Auto
by Dan
March 31, 2010 at 4:01 pm

NASA has a considerable age, but had not lost from its performances. The Department of Transport tries to understand what happens with the problem of Toyota cars that makes it accelerate out of control and had recruited the help of NASA.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released a press announce detailing its plan to use NASA engineers to discover the general problem of the Toyota cars (not just those mentioned by the Japanese manufacturer).

The prestigious institution National Academy of Sciences, an independent organization that uses leading experts will examine the issue of uncontrolled acceleration generated by electronic components throughout the automotive industry.

Separately, NHTSA has brought NASA engineers who bring a unique expertise on electronically controlled systems, electromagnetic interference and integration software to analyze the unintended acceleration problem of Toyota vehicles.

The American Congress has already held four hearings on Toyota cars which ended up in fatal accidents. Experts can not agree whether the problem is the defects of electronic components. Toyota said its engineers haven’t found any problem in terms of electronics, according to discovery.com.

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