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if you are just recall in the history of the auto industry japan's takata on tuesday declaring nearly thirty four million vehicles defective because of problems with its air bag inflators which have been found to explode on impact and spew metal shrapnel drivers and passengers , what is your weight as you less regulators are taking an extraordinary role in this because , the government said that they are going to oversee this process , uh and use legal authority they have %HESITATION to organize and prioritize how these repairs are made %HESITATION if they see fit on that level of intervention from the government is pretty unusual and again it goes to %HESITATION the the concern that the government has about this problem , do you recall which does not yet identify the cause of the problem is twice the number of cars previously called in for repairs for the same issues , some of these problems are taking place in vehicles that are so all that it's it's sort of beyond the specifications of the durability specifiques , is that they agreed to when they , about just how long , the the air bag has to be warranted before of a failure is not to cut his fault , why does the process of alerting customers to the recall and making the required fixes could take years and one analyst told reuters it could cost between four and five billion dollars , no word yet on whether to cut out or its auto maker customers will shoulder those expenses