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U.S. auto-safety regulators are investigating Honda Motor Co.’s 2008 model Accord after receiving 19 reports that air-bag control modules had failed.

As many as 384,000 vehicles might be affected by a malfunction that could stop air bags from deploying in a crash, according to an National Highway Traffic Safety Administration filing, which states that the investigation opened on Aug. 18. One of the reports involved a crash in which the air bags didn’t inflate and the driver was injured, the document states.

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