Honda encourages shops to use new airbag system components

November 2007
Automotive Body Repair News;Nov2007, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p84
Trade Publication
The article reports that the American Honda Motor Co. Inc. has recommended the use of Honda or Acura airbag system components. The company stresses that this system have been designed and designated for use in specific Honda or Acura vehicles. It emphasizes that through following its recommendation, vehicle owners and repairers can best ensure that the airbag system in the repaired Honda or Acura car will protect its occupants.


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