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Toyota added 1.36 million cars Tuesday to its list of those needing repairs due to the government’s expansion of the Takata air bag recalls.

Toyota’s action comes a day after Honda said it will recall another 1.39 million cars to replace the same component, the front passenger air bag inflators.

These recalls were expected as part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s expanded recall of the faulty airbags, to which it says it added 33.8 million cars. Since the announcement, 11 affected automakers have been trying to figure out which of their models need to be included.

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