NHTSA opens new Toyota probe STEERING -RELAY ROD

NATIONAL – According to The Washington Post (5/11, Whoriskey) reports NHTSA is “opening a second investigation into whether Toyota delayed notifying government authorities of a dangerous defect, this one affecting the steering systems of nearly 1 million sport-utility vehicles and pickup trucks. The probe…comes a little more than a month after the agency fined the automaker $16. 4 million for waiting at least four months before notifying safety officials about a ‘sticky pedal’ defect. …The new investigation involves a problem with the steering-relay rod on Toyota 4Runner SUVs, Toyota T100 pickups and Toyota pickups affecting some 1989 through 1998 models.”
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