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Honda models not affected by the recall are still safe.

Former IIHS president Brian O'Neil says Takata selectively edited reports to make them shorter, prettier, and more favorable.

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NHTSA warns of 'grave danger,' urges immediate fix.

New test data from the NHTSA reveals 2001-2003 Honda and Acura cars with Takata airbags inflators have a higher risk of ruptures during airbag deployment.

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Takata airbag woes go from four wheels to two.

Own a Honda Goldwing equipped with an airbag? We have bad news: Takata strikes again.

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Some replaced airbags will need to be replaced again.

A new report calls out Toyota, FCA, VW, and Mitsubishi for continuing to sell new vehicles in the US that have defective Takata airbags.

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Yet another Takata recall, this time for passenger-side airbags.

Ford is recalling a total of 1,898,728 Ford Edge, Ford Fusion, Ford Mustang, Ford Ranger, Lincoln MKX and Lincoln MKZ, Zephyr and Mercury Milan vehicles.

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Eight manufacturers recall 12 million more affected vehicles.

About 4.5 million of the affected vehicles are Hondas.

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Automakers to be asked to help foot the bill for airbag recalls as private equity firm KKR moves towards a leveraged buyout of Japanese automotive supplier Takata.

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Similar recall adjustments are expected from the 17 other affected automakers this week.

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Hawaii became the first state to sue Takata, claiming "unfair and deceptive conduct."

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Findings come amid a historic expansion of recall and two more related deaths.

After spending years searching for the cause of deadly Takata airbag defects, federal officials said Wednesday they've finally found answers.

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The airbag safety crisis that has engulfed the auto industry – the one behind more than two dozens recalls from 11 different manufacturers affecting roughly 25 million vehicles over the past eight years – just got worse.

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If Takata can't prove the safety of its un-recalled airbag inflators with ammonium nitrate, the US government thinks 85 million more need replacement.

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While carrying out the Takata airbag inflator recall, Honda discovered that certain 2004-07 Accords were fitted with South American-spec front passenger airbag modules, so it's replacing them with US-approved units.

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A Takata-supplied airbag inflator ruptured in a 2002 Honda Civic on March 31 in an incident that killed a Texas high school senior.

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Shares of the supplier's stock plunge; company's future in doubt.

The largest consumer product recall in history may carry a high price tag. In a worst-case scenario, Takata could spend $24 billion fixing tens of millions of defective airbags, according to Bloomberg.

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According to internal documents obtained by Reuters, Honda had Takata change its airbag inflators to make them safer but didn't tell NHTSA. The decision could open the companies up to lawsuits.

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Takata scandal is a "heaven-sent opportunity" for Joyson, a Chinese company, to enter airbag market. It bought a US airbag maker in February.

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Toyota will expand its Takata airbag recall to include more examples of the Corolla, Matrix, and Lexus SC430.

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The Independent Testing Coalition, which includes investigators from 10 automakers, has found three specific flaws with Takata's rupturing airbag inflators.

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All airbags made with ammonium nitrate may need to be replaced.

The biggest consumer-product recall in United States history may soon grow significantly larger in scope.

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Takata might reduce its workforce in Europe and sell off some divisions to pay for potential recall expenses.

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