The NHTSA updated the Takata Airbag recall list on on December 31, 2019. In addition to Toyota, Audi, Honda, and Mitsubishi, certain BMW models have also been added to the recall list. According to BMW, approximately 8,000 recalled vehicles are at high risk. If your vehicle is listed as “high risk,” it is advised that you do not drive the vehicle until it has been repaired.
What is the Takata airbag recall? The recall on the airbags has to do with the defective inflators. When deployed, the defective inflators cause the airbag to explode or not inflate property, injuring people in the car. A faulty seal on the inflator is believed to be the cause of the problem.
To see if your car’s model has been recalled, have your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) handy. You can check out the updated Takata Airbag Recall list via the NHTSA link here.
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