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Honda Employees Knocking on Doors for Recalls

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May 21, 2018—Honda employees in Kansas City knocked on doors in an effort to replace defective Takata airbags, reported 
Fox 4 News.

More than 500 Honda employees knocked on doors, according to the report. Technicians went along in order to repair the airbags on site.

Honda is primarily focusing on 2001 to 2003 model year Hondas and Acuras, which have a 50 percent chance of rupturing.

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