Japanese automaker Honda is recalling 784,000 vehicles in Japan for faulty Takata Corp. air bag inflators for front passenger seats, ABC news reported.
The recall, announced by Honda Motor Co. Thursday, is the latest of many such recalls over inflators that may explode with too much force.
The latest recall covers the Odyssey minivan, Accord sedan, Clarity fuel cell and other models.
Takata has not been able to produce enough replacement parts to keep up with the recalls, which may balloon to more than 100 million globally.
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