An investigation of Toyota's electronic throttles and other auto systems turned up no new defects that would cause unintended acceleration, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The federal agency conducted a review of event data recorders submitted by the car company as part of its investigation of the crashes that led to a vehicle recall. "At this early stage period in the investigation, engineers have not identified any new safety defects," said a spokeswoman for the Department of Transportation.

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