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Report – Honda recalled Takata-equipped cars back in 2002


According to documents seen by Reuters, the third-largest Japanese automaker – Honda – also the biggest client for auto safety parts supplier Takata, called back into services a small batch of vehicles because of the airbags in March 2002. Japan’s Takata Corp. and Honda – as all deaths linked to the faulty system are in the latter’s cars – have been ...
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