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This is a quick update for the Toyota airbag recall in early November, 2014. This brand might not be the largest name within the list of automakers making up cars recalled for faulty Takata airbags, but they have made some controversial statements in ...
Product-Reviews · ByDaniel Chubb · 11/2/2014
U.S.A., Inc. today announced that it is expanding its recalls involving Takata air bag inflators. First, Toyota will conduct a recall to replace Takata-supplied driver front airbag inflators on approximately 160,000 model year 2004 and 2005 RAV4 sport ...
Autoblog · 5/13/2015
For months, the problem of defective airbags made by the Japanese supplier Takata has festered in the auto industry as recalls have mounted and automakers have searched for the reason that the airbags can explode violently, sending pieces of metal into …
New York Times · ByHiroko Tabuchi · 5/13/2015
TOKYO (Reuters) -- Toyota is expanding a recall previously issued in North America to the rest of the world including Europe to replace potentially deadly passenger-side airbag inflators made by Takata Corp. Toyota said it would recall another 2.86 million ...
Automotive News Europe · 6/26/2015
The vehicles are being recalled in three separate campaigns, according to documents posted early Friday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The airbags were supplied by Takata. More than 36 million vehicles equipped with Takata airbags ...
MSN · 5/15/2015
For the third time this week an automaker has recalled tens of thousands of vehicles because of a potential fire risk. In addition to recalling 52,000 sedans for wiring issues that could lead to a vehicle fire, Toyota is recalling 5,000 cars whose airbags ...
The Consumerist · 1/29/2015
Toyota is recalling certain 2014 and 2015 Prius V hybrid wagons to fix an improperly-calibrated airbag occupant classification system (OCS). The OCS determines whether the front passenger seat is occupied, and if so, by a passenger of sufficient weight to ...
Green Car Reports · 1/27/2015
DETROIT (Reuters) -- Toyota Motor Corp. recalled 247,000 cars, SUVs and pickup trucks in the United States today because of potentially defective front passenger airbag inflators from Japan's Takata Corp. that can rupture and spray metal shrapnel ...
Automotive News · 10/21/2014
which could impact the vehicle airbags, power-steering, and air conditioning, posing a potential crash hazard for drivers. The Toyota recall (PDF) was announced by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) on October 18 ...
About Lawsuits · 10/22/2013
The number of vehicles affected by faulty Takata-brand airbags has just grown by 247,000, thanks to a new recall from Toyota. The recall affects five Toyota and Lexus models, and even one from Pontiac. However, not every vehicle from those model-years is ...
The Car Connection · ByRichard Read · 10/21/2014