GM to recall nearly 6 million vehicles in U.S. to replace Takata air bags

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Gm is recalling millions of vehicles worldwide over potentially dangerous takata airbags that us regulators say run the risk of exploding. World's kristen flavin has that story. General motors will spend more than a billion dollars to recall. Seven million full sized pickup trucks and suv's from model years two thousand seven through two thousand fourteen. The announcement came monday after the us. Government told the automaker it must recall six million of the vehicles in the united states. The company argued the airbag inflator canisters house. Been safe on the road and in testing but us. Regulators aren't convinced exploding takada inflators have forced automakers to recall a record sixty three million of them to caught a used volatile ammonium nitrate to create a small explosion to fill air bags in a crash but the chemical candidate when exposed to heat and humidity and they can explode with too much pressure exploiting inflators have killed twenty seven people worldwide including eighteen in the

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