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Under LaHood

4 February 2010 By Antony Currie

The Japanese firm needs to fix its faulty cars fast. But reaction looks overblown including a call from the U.S. transport secretary, later rescinded, to stop driving Toyotas. It’s hardly the first automaker to issue a mass recall. And the fault may lie with a U.S supplier.

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