All defective Takata air bags are under recall and will be replaced for free. Read more
Takata told NHTSA that it plans to work with the automakers to implement appropriate recalls to replace the inflators. Read more
Takata said earlier this year that it would plead guilty and pay $1 billion to end a DOJ investigation into the deadly air bag inflators. Read more
Takata Corp. pled guilty to wire fraud in a Michigan federal court recently and agreed to pay $1 billion over its defective air bag inflators. Read more
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has expanded and accelerated the recall of Takata air bag inflators. The decision followed what the agency says is confirmation of... Read more
NHTSA anticipates automakers will be on track to meet that target, and about 70 percent of the replacement inflators come from non-Takata suppliers. Read more
The U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) has centralized five proposed class actions against automakers over the recall of faulty Takata Corp. air bags in millions of vehic... Read more
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