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Check Other Vehicle. Your vehicle is installed with a faulty front driver Takata airbag and is currently under active recall. You may also call for additional information. If your vehicle is involved in a collision, the airbag inflator could rupture, causing sharp metal fragments to enter the vehicle cabin at high speed, and kill or injure vehicle occupants. There is also a risk that the airbag may underinflate in a collision and may not protect the driver as intended.
In your vehicle, the front driver airbag inflator could allow moisture to enter the unit and degrade the airbag propellant. If this occurs, the properties of the propellant may be changed so that the propellant does not react as intended during an accident, causing misdeployment of the airbag and giving rise to the above risks.
Your vehicle has had the Takata recall completed and no further action is required.
Your vehicle is not affected by the Takata recall. No action is required. Click here to download the recall PDF. As it gets older, a combination of high temperatures and humidity can affect airbags with the fault.Tens of millions of vehicles with Takata air bags are under recall. Long-term exposure to high heat and humidity can cause these air bags to explode when deployed.
Such explosions have caused injuries and deaths. NHTSA urges vehicle owners to take a few simple steps to protect themselves and others from this very serious threat to safety. A separate group of defective Takata air bags was recalled in late Unlike the air bag inflators in the larger Takata recalls, this recall involves non-azide driver inflators. The defect in the NADI inflators can result in the air bag either exploding or underinflating during deployment.
Approximately 63 million Takata air bags priority groups have been recalled because these air bags can explode when deployed, causing serious injury or even death.
All vehicle owners should:.
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Consumers should be aware: Certain Honda and Acura containing "Alpha" air bagsFord Ranger, and Mazda B-Series vehicles are at a far higher risk for an air bag explosion that could injure or kill vehicle occupants.
These vehicles can and should be repaired immediately. Do not drive these vehicles with Takata air bags unless you are going straight to a dealer to have them repaired immediately. Slow-Motion Video. To see the full list of affected vehicles and their assigned Priority Group for having repair parts available, check the list in Annex A.
Every recall is serious because it means there is a safety problem with your vehicle, so contact your dealer as soon as possible to get the recall repair FOR FREE. If a dealer refuses to repair your vehicle as described in the recall letter, you should notify the manufacturer immediately. Provide as many details as possible, including the name of the dealership and any personnel involved.
It is much more likely that your air bag will perform properly and protect you in a crash than cause harm. An air bag that is purposely disabled has a percent chance of failing to provide any protection in a crash. Ford and Mazda will provide towing and loaner vehicles for affected vehicle owners.
Some vehicle manufacturers have advised vehicle owners to not allow anyone to sit in the front passenger seat until a repair is completed and, if that is the case for your vehicle, you should follow those instructions. If you feel uncomfortable continuing to drive your vehicle before it is repaired, you should contact your dealer to see if they will provide a loaner until the repair is completed.
Vehicles equipped with air bags, including air bags that are under recall, save lives and reduce injuries. The vast majority of Takata air bags will perform as expected. A small number of manufacturers are replacing older Takata air bags with newly manufactured versions of these same Takata parts. This is because an older air bag is more likely to explode than a newer version of the same air bag.While the Official Rules outline the complete details of this promotion, your question may already be answered below.
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If you do win a prize during the promotional period and your contact information does change, contact customercare helloworldfulfillment.Want to discuss? Please read our Commenting Policy first. Ford is recalling more thanvehicles worldwide to replace Takata passenger airbag inflators that can explode and hurl shrapnel. The move includesvehicles in the U. There were no immediate numbers provided for Canadian vehicles.
Dealers will replace the inflators. World Canada Local. Ford recalls overvehicles over Takata airbag inflator that can explode, hurl shrapnel. Full Menu Search Menu. Close Local your local region National. Search Submit search Quick Search. Comments Close comments menu. Close X. Scroll back to top of the page Back to top.
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Trending Stories. Story continues below advertisement. Leave a comment Comments. Flyers More weekly flyers. Report an Error.Ford announced Friday that nearly 1 million of its vehicles were being recalled for potentially faulty Takata airbag inflators. It's part of Takata's larger recall to get potentially explosive airbags out of vehicles before they cause serious injury or death.
The Takata recall has affected tens of millions of vehicles from a number of manufacturers, including Ford. There are about 37 million cars with about 50 million of the potentially dangerous airbags on the road, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
When the airbags are exposed to heat or humidity for a long time they can explode once they deploy. A number of vehicles had already been recalled after the issue was discovered inbut more will be recalled inaccording to the NHTSA. How to check whether your vehicle is part of the Takata airbag recall with Ford:. There are several ways vehicle owners can learn if their vehicles are one of those affected by the recall.
Owners should have received a notice in the mail if their car was one of those with the faulty airbags, but they can also take matters into their own hands and check whether theirs is safe or not.
Owners can use the recalls look-up tool available here. All they have to do is enter the VIN for their vehicle, and they should see whether they are affected.
The VIN can be found on the windshield of the car or on the registration card for the vehicle. The tool will show any vehicles that have been recalled, not only the Ford vehicles under recall for the Takata airbags.
The Ford models that are under recall are listed on the Ford website and vary depending on whether the driver or the passenger airbags were the ones under recall. Vehicle owners can also sign up for recall alerts via email so that when a new recall is announced, they are one of the first to know by email.A year-old died on a Texas highway last month after a minor automobile accident, one that local police said she should have walked away from.
Instead, Huma Hanif died within a matter of seconds as the Takata airbag inflator inside the steering wheel of her Honda Civic exploded, launching shrapnel at her from mere feet away.
A piece of metal cut her neck causing her to bleed to death shortly after the low-speed collision. Hanif is the 11th person to die from injuries suffered as a result of a defective Takata airbag. Hundreds more around the world have been injured by the exploding inflators. The deaths have spurred millions of airbag recalls worldwideincluding 42 million vehicles containing potentially lethal inflators in the U.
So far, less than 18 million airbags have been replaced, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. In a statement, Honda said Hanif and her family had been informed several times that the vehicle was subject to a recall, but the family said they had no idea. Use the below list to see if your car might be subject to the ongoing recall, which could soon expand to another 85 million vehicles.
If you see your car on the list, go to safercar. Skip to content. The largest automotive recall in history centers around the defective Takata Corp. This picture taken on November 23, shows Japanese auto parts maker Takata's logo being displayed at an event in Yokohama, suburban Tokyo.
The Acura ILX is one of the more recently released vehicles that's subjected to the Takata airbag recall. With more than 40 models affected between andBMW is one of the most recalled brands impacted by the Takata airbag scandal.
The EXT is one of three Escalade styles made between and that has since been recalled by Cadillac. The and Silverado and are the only Chevrolet models affected by the recall. The to model year Chrysler s and Cs are subject to the Takata airbag recall. The to model year Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans are subject to the Takata airbag recall, along with several other Daimler models.How FAR can an Airbag Launch a Football?!
Daimler AG. Takata airbags in Dodge Chargers released between and have been recalled. Kyle Campbell. The Ferrari Spider is one of several recent Ferrari models recalled for having potentially-defective Takata airbags. The Karma is the only Fisker vehicle recalled for the defective air bag inflators. Bruce Benedict Honda CR-Z from model years through are a part of the Takata recall.
The Infiniti M35 and M45 were outfitted with possibly-defective Takata airbags. Jaguar XF sedans from the through model years are being recalled. Jaguar Land Rover.We respect your privacy. All email addresses you provide will be used just for sending this story. Federal regulators are sounding the alarm again—and louder—for owners of Ford Ranger and Mazda B-Series pickups that contain dangerously defective Takata airbag inflators to stop driving the trucks and to get replacement airbags as soon as possible.
NHTSA urges those owners to park their pickups and immediately contact the automaker to schedule appointments to get those airbags replaced. Ford and Mazda expanded the number of vehicles covered by the warning in February. NHTSA says both automakers will tow the trucks to a dealership free of charge. Spokesman Daniel Ryan says Mazda dealers are ready as well. Many Rangers have been part of the Takata airbag recall, but the do-not-drive warning applies only to a segment of the model year.
Ford issued its warning about these particular trucks after two people were killed in separate crashes in trucks with defective Takata airbag inflators that were found to have been built on the same day.
That makes getting recall information to that owner more difficult, and repair work is less likely to get done. Recall completion rates support this: On average, automakers repair 67 percent of the cars they recall, NHTSA estimated in a report to Congress published last year.
For new models those less than three years oldthe completion rate is 80 percent. For cars six to 10 years old, the completion rate averages 56 percent, the report said. Later, I experienced the joys and expense of European engineering through a succession of cars made by VW, Volvo, and Saab. That was before the reliable and spacious Honda minivan.
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