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The latest things to know about the Takata air bag recall

DETROIT- Out of concern for the safety of drivers, the U.S. government may step in to manage a giant recall of air bags made by Takata Corp.. Takata agreed this week to declare millions of air bag inflators defective. That added 17 million cars and trucks to existing recalls by 11 manufacturers- BMW, Fiat Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Daimler Trucks, Honda, Mitsubishi,...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By TOM KRISHER, AP Auto Writer
Current, former NGK Spark Plug executives indicted for price fixing

WASHINGTON, May 21- A current and a former executive of Japan's NGK Spark Plug Co Ltd were indicted on Thursday on charges of fixing the prices of spark plugs and oxygen sensors, the U.S. Justice Department said. Norio Teranishi, a former executive, and Hisashi Nakanishi, a current employee of NGK Spark Plug, were accused of conspiring to fix the prices of parts sold to...
Source: Reuters
UPDATE 4-Takata air bag recall could take years to complete

*Some automakers explore Takata's rivals for replacement parts. *Takata shares fall 10 pct in Tokyo. DETROIT, May 20- Takata Corp's record U.S. recall of potentially deadly air bag inflators could take years to complete, industry experts and safety advocates said, as automakers scrambled to line up replacement parts, some not from Takata.
Source: Reuters | By: Ben Klayman
TIMELINE-Takata air bag recalls since 2008

Honda and Takata deny fault and settle for an undisclosed sum. Her family sues Honda and Takata for more than $75 million in April 2011, claiming they knew of the air bag problems as early as 2004. Honda and Takata settle in January 2013 for $3 million, according to court documents. 2011: April 27- Honda recalls 896,000 Honda and Acura 2001-03 cars in order to find...
Source: Reuters
What you need to know about the Takata air bag recall

DETROIT- A recall of air bags made by Japanese auto parts supplier Takata Corp. now has the dubious distinction of being the largest in U.S. history. A: Honda has the most vehicles equipped with Takata air bags. Dozens of models made by BMW, Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Saab, Subaru and Toyota dating to the 2001 model year are also affected.
Source: The Associated Press | By: By DEE-ANN DURBIN, AP Auto Writer
RPT-TIMELINE-Takata air bag recalls

Honda and Takata deny fault and settle for an undisclosed sum. Her family sues Honda and Takata for more than $75 million in April 2011, claiming they knew of the air bag problems as early as 2004. Honda and Takata settle in January 2013 for $3 million, according to court documents. 2011: April 27- Honda recalls 896,000 Honda and Acura 2001-03 cars in order to find...
Source: Reuters | By: Japanese firm Takata Corp.
UPDATE 5-Takata doubling U.S. recall for defective air bags to 34 mln vehicles

WASHINGTON/ DETROIT, May 19- Japanese air bag manufacturer Takata Corp is doubling a recall of air bags to nearly 34 million vehicles, creating the largest automotive recall in American history, U.S. safety regulators said on Tuesday. The recall, which still does not identify the cause of the problem, involves passenger and driver-side air bags in vehicles made by...
Source: Reuters | By: David Morgan and Ben Klayman
UPDATE 3-Takata to recall 34 mln vehicles in U.S. with defective air bags

WASHINGTON/ DETROIT, May 19- Japanese air bag manufacturer Takata Corp has agreed to declare nearly 34 million vehicles defective due to problems with air bag inflators, creating the largest automotive recall in American history, U.S. safety regulators said on Tuesday. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said NHTSA also issued a consent order to Takata,...
Source: Reuters | By: David Morgan and Ben Klayman
UPDATE 1-Takata to declare 33.8 million vehicles defective - Detroit News

WASHINGTON, May 19- Japanese air bag manufacturer Takata Corp is expected to declare about 33.8 million vehicles defective on Tuesday, a move that is expected to lead to the largest auto recall in U.S. history, the Detroit News reported, citing three officials briefed on the announcement. Takata had no immediate comment on the report. The number of vehicles with...
Source: Reuters
US investigating Nissan Versa for alleged safety defect

DETROIT- U.S. regulators are investigating the Nissan Versa subcompact after getting reports that a coil spring in the front suspension can fracture and cut the tires. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says it has gotten 93 complaints from drivers about the issue and one report of a crash. Nissan says it's cooperating with the investigation.
Source: The Associated Press