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Honda taps US engineering company Exponent to investigate Takata airbags


Honda Motor, the third largest Japanese automaker, has asked Exponent, a US-based engineering consulting company, to probe the root cause of Takata-produced airbag inflators that can explode with too much force. Exponent is the engineering firm that larger Japanese rival Toyota Motor Corp. also hired back in 2010, when the largest automaker in the world was also engulfed in a massive ...
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Recall roundup: Honda vehicles for Takata airbag problems
Honda has announced a recall recently for several of its vehicles because of the Takata airbag inflators problems. According to the car manufacturer, more than 100,000 vehicles will be affected by ...
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US: regulator leader saying Takata has become more forthcoming
Japan’s Takata Corp., the auto safety parts suppliers caught in a global auto safety crisis, has become now more forthcoming with US regulators after the latter imposed a daily $14,000 ...
US: NHTSA could use unprecedented measures to speed up Takata recalls
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Aerospace company tapped by carmakers to run Takata airbag tests
Orbital ATK has been selected recently by a group of 10 automakers to run their ongoing testing procedures in an investigation that seeks to find the root cause of the ...
US regulator orders Takata to preserve airbags for lawsuits, investigations
Yesterday the NHTSA, the US auto safety regulator ordered Japan’s Takata Corp to save all airbag inflators that have been taken out of cars after the recall process is completed ...
US: NHTSA imposes fine of $14 K each day to Japan’s Takata
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Recall roundup: Range Rover vehicles for front passenger seat airbag problems
Land Rover has recently issued a recall for several Range Rover vehicles because of a problem with the front passenger seat airbag. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there ...
Takata investors worried after Honda backs out of financial help
Takata Corp., the auto safety supplier involved in a global crisis over defective airbags, has taken a hit after Honda Motor, the third largest Japanese automaker and its biggest client ...

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