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Last week’s Takata Corp. bankruptcy filing should shield the Japanese airbag supplier from some financial liability, but it does virtually nothing to speed the U.S. airbag inflator recall that is frustrating manufacturers and auto dealers.

Automakers say two problems in the recall, which began in 2008, continue to bedevil the industry: the ongoing need for millions of replacement parts, and figuring out how to get vehicle owners into dealerships for the free repairs.

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