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the recruits keep piling up for japanese air bag maker takada hunt on thursday recalled close to five million cars fitted with potentially faulty takata airbag inflators the move comes a day after toyota and nissan said they were recalling six and a half million vehicles globally thursday's announcement now bringing the total number of required cars due to faulty takata airbags to around thirty six million since two thousand and eight honda said decided to recall the cars up to , in some takato back in feeders were not sealed properly allowing moisture to seep into the casing that can make the airbags exploded excessive force shooting shrapnel inside the vehicle the latest round of records for honda toyota and nissan were all precautionary but six deaths have been linked to the air bags in the past orland cars made by honda takata faces multiple class action lawsuits in the united states and canada as well as the u. s. criminal investigation