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Honda is Recalling certain 2006-2010 Honda GL1800 (Gold Wing) motorcycles

WASHINGTON, D.C. – May 31, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) –

RECALL Subject: Air Bag Inflator May Rupture , 1 INVESTIGATION(S)

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Additional 12 Million Vehicles Recalled For Defective Airbags

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — After more than a year of announcing recalls, 12 million more vehicles are being recalled due to defective Takata airbags.

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Toyota Adds 1.58M Airbags To Takata Recall List

Weeks after federal regulators increased the scope of the recall for shrapnel-shooting Takata airbags by up to 40 million safety devices, Toyota has announced just how many of its vehicles are covered by the expansion: 1.58 million. 219 more words

Toyota Adding 1.6 Million Vehicles To Takata Air Bag Recall

DETROIT (AP) – Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling nearly 1.6 million vehicles in the U.S. to replace potentially faulty front passenger air bag inflators made by Takata Corp. 331 more words

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After Nearly 1,000 Complaints, Regulators May Open Investigation Into GM Airbag Issue

General Motors isn’t making any new Saturn or Pontiac vehicles, but owners of the many Saturns and Pontiacs still on the road should have some reasonable expectation that their airbags will deploy properly when needed. 470 more words

Airbag Recall Putting Millions At Risk 'Like A House Of Cards'

By Stan Bush

DENVER (CBS4) – Millions of people are driving cars that could kill them and there’s nothing they can do about it.

Earlier this month the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration expanded the recall of faulty Takata airbags to nearly 70 million vehicles. 636 more words

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Honda, Takata’s largest customer, says it will recall an additional 21 million vehicles equipped with the parts maker’s shrapnel-shooting airbags after federal regulators recently increased the scope of the safety initiative by up to 40 million airbags. 27 more words