Honda expands recall to 3 million cars

The auto giant says faulty airbags and defective

The auto giant says faulty airbags and defective parts could explode in a crash.

YONKERS - About one million more Hondas are being recalled because of defective parts

The latest recall comes on top of the two million cars already recalled.

The auto giant says faulty airbags and defective parts could explode in a crash sending shards of metal into the passenger compartment.

Last month, an airbag manufacturer recommended the recall saying that high humidity appeared to make the problem more likely to happen.

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