TOYOTA CAR ACCIDENTS COULD BE DUE TO ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS INTERFERENCE
By Jane Celltower
CBS, FOX NEWS
Are Electrical Feilds Interference the cause of Toyota cars problem with sudden acceleration? According to a CBS news report on February 23, 2010, "As representatives of Toyota appeared before a House Subcommittee this week to testify on the automaker's safety measures and the recent recalls of more than eight million vehicles - due to many cases to instances of sudden unintended acceleration - a debate has been revived over the effects of electromagnetic fields on cars' electrical systems." In a CBS News exclusive, Sharyl Attkison reports that some of Toyota's surging vehicles were due to computer and electronic issues - something the company has know since 2005 and publicly denied.
Fox News reported on Saturday, March 27, 2010, that "Electic Grids" are once again being researched, after a Lexus malfunction accident killed passengers, right after the car went drove under power lines. Electromagnetic fields (EMF's), are produced in varying waves and frequencies due to their source of power which includes, but is not limited to, electric currents, power lines, radio and microwave antennas, airport radar, and cell phones and cell towers. As the theory goes, CBS reports, "...electric signals can briefly interfere with the electronic controls of cars. As Toyota issued reacalls over the matter of sudden unintended acceleration - blaming faulty pedals or obstructive floor mats - the possibility of interference by EMF's with Toyota's electrical systems has been raised."
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