Takata: New Airbag Won’t Comfort Drivers

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Just because the Takata airbag on your vehicle has been replaced, it does not mean that it is now safe.

New reports claim that the drying agent added to the airbags to combat the moisture issue might not be an effective way to do it and that those with the replacement airbag could still be in danger.

NHTSA has already announced that they will be recalling millions of vehicle to replace the drying agents. If this turns out to be a real issue, Honda might be in huge trouble again as they have ordered more inflators than any other automaker. They were the one that was hit the harder in the first recall.

The faulty inflator has already caused 17 death and countless of injuries globally. Other automakers that will be affected will include Toyota, Nissan, Ford, Mazda, Subaru, Jaguar Land Rover and more.

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