Toyota owners say problems recur after recall fix

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which has come under pressure from Congress and consumer safety groups because of allegations that it responded too slowly to warnings of problems in Toyota vehicles, said it had the authority to order Toyota to “provide a different solution” if current efforts were not working.

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which has come under pressure from Congress and consumer safety groups because of allegations that it responded too slowly to warnings of problems in Toyota vehicles, said it had the authority to order Toyota to “provide a different solution” if current efforts were not working.

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