U.S. regulators are looking into whether a recall last year by Nissan Motor Co., the nation’s second-largest automaker, failed to fix a flaw in the air bag control systems on almost 1 million vehicles.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened a query March 18, citing 124 complaints filed by motorists after the recall began last April, according to a notice posted on the regulator’s website. Some drivers alleged the flaw persists after multiple repairs by dealers.

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