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Mar 12, 2019

Honda Takata Air Bag Recall: Your Next Steps

Honda released documents stating that vehicles in the United States and Canada with inflators installed during previous recalls could be dangerous – drivers who’ve had Takata airbags replaced may still be at risk of an explosion on the road. Honda states: “We apologize to our customers for any inconvenience and want you to know we are doing everything possible to accelerate production of the replacement of airbag inflators.”

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