This recall is considered the 'largest series of auto recalls in U.S history covering 37 millions vehicles and about 50 million inflators', according to WGN News.

Calling all Honda owners, you need to know about this recall.  The recall has to do with the airbags installed in the cars.  Honda says it will take 1.4 million cars from the United States to replace "Takata from passenger air bag inflators'.

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This recall is very strategic for the company.  It will cover Honda AND Acura vehicles and the company says the goal of the recall is to get ahead on a government-mandated schedule of recalls on the Japanese made airbags.

The solution for Honda owners is fairly easy and free of course.  Owners of this brand should schedule the free repair at one of the authorized dealerships as soon as possible.  This recall is technically the fourth part of a five-phase plan announced in 2016 by the National Highway and Transportation Safety Administration.

According to Honda, they're already ahead of schedule with more than 77% of existing recalls repaired.

To see whether or not your car has been affected by this recall you can visit this website.