3.4 Million Cars Recalled for Airbag Problem

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A massive recall is underway for 3.4 million Japanese cars.  It includes Toyota, Honda, Nissan and Mazda.  There may be a problem with the airbags.  The companies say during production some of the airbags were improperly stores, exposing them to humidity and a worker forgot to turn on a switch for a system that weeds out defective products.  The auto makers will replace the airbags.

To see if your car is on the recall list, click here.