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Full list of recalled Holden vehicles - and what to do if your car is one of them

Holden has released a full list of vehicles affected by defective Takata airbags, as the company announced more than 330,000 cars will be recalled.

The airbag recall, which has become the largest in Australia's motoring history, has affected a total of four million vehicles in Australia. The federal government announced on Wednesday 2.3 million vehicles still need to have airbags replaced.

Vehicle suppliers must recall and replace all the airbags in Australia by the end of 2020, with priority given to the most dangerous because of their design, age or the level of humidity.