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Air Bag Danger: US Counts 85 Million Unrecalled Takata InflatorsThe vehicles, which are now being driven in the U.S., would all have to be replaced if the company can't prove the inflators are safe.
Hyundai Recalls 173K Sonatas; Power Steering Assist Can FailThe recall covers Sonatas from the 2011 model year when the car was Hyundai's top-selling U.S. vehicle.
VW Recalls Diesel Passats; Wiring Trouble Can Cause FiresVolkswagen is recalling about 91,000 Passat cars with diesel engines because wiring under the body can corrode, overheat and potentially start fires.
Ford Recalls 38,000 Vans To Fix Side Curtain Air BagsFord says the side curtain air bags may not protect people properly in a crash.
Toyota Recalls Over 1.1M SUVs For Possible Seat Belt FailureThe belts could become cut and would not restrain passengers.
As Deaths Rise, So Do Chances Of Total Takata Air Bag RecallSince 2008, 14 automakers have recalled 24 million vehicles to replace the inflators, which can rupture in a crash, shooting metal shards at the driver and passengers.
GM Recalls 200,000 Cars For Takata Air Bag TroubleOwners will get letters notifying them of the recalls, and then another letter when the parts are available.
Documents Show Volkswagen Resisted Takata Air Bag RecallAt least 10 people have died worldwide from the problem and 139 have been injured.
Automakers To Recall 5 Million Vehicles For Another Air Bag ProblemAnother problem has developed with automotive air bags, this one resulting in recalls of 5 million vehicles.
Nissan To Recall Altimas For Third Time To Fix Hoods That Can Fly Open While DrivingNissan says in two previous recalls, dealers adjusted latches and applied lubricant. But if the lubricant wasn't put on evenly, the problem could persist.
Ford Recalls 313K Older Cars To Fix Headlight ProblemThe auto company said the headlights can go dark and cause a crash.
Fiat Chrysler Recalling Nearly 56K Jeeps To Fix Water LeakIn the meantime, owners are advised to check tailgates and make sure they are kept dry until repairs are made.

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