U.S. warns drivers of over 300K Hondas, Acuras to replace faulty airbags immediately

Federal safety officers are warning some car owners to stop driving their vehicles immediately due to defective airbags.

Drivers of over 300,000 Hondas and Acuras are advised to replace their airbags immediately due to a defect.

Drivers of over 300,000 Hondas and Acuras are advised to replace their airbags immediately due to a defect. (6/30/16)

EDISON - Federal safety officers are warning some car owners to stop driving their vehicles immediately due to defective airbags.

More than 300,000 Honda and Acura owners are affected by faulty airbags from Takata. The defective airbags have been tied to 10 deaths in the United States after the airbags exploded.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has focused on the following cars: Honda Civic 2002-2002, Honda Accord 2001-2002, Acura TL and CL models from 2002-2003.

Officials say that anyone owning of these vehicles should not drive them until the airbag issue is fixed.

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