Defective Airbag Toyota RecallApril 9th, 2015 by 1-800-THE-LAW2
Defective Airbag Toyota Recall
Toyota has announced the voluntary recall of approximately 4,971 units of passenger airbags. According to the National Safety Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA) the vehicles are being recalled due to a defect in the Occupancy Classification System (OCS) that activates or disables the air bag. In the event of a car crash the airbag may not deploy properly, presenting a greater risk of injury to passengers. The recalled models do not meet the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and Regulation’s “passenger’s protection in a crash” standard.
Vehicles Affected by the Defective Airbag Toyota Recall
The voluntary defective airbag Toyota recall will affect units manufactured between November 7, 2013 and January 7, 2015.
Stay Abreast of Vehicle Safety Recalls
The manufacturer will begin notifying owners of affected vehicles via email starting the second week of February. Dealers will inspect the airbag systems properly, and if necessary, the OCS will be re-calibrated at no cost to the owners. The recall is expected to start on February 15, 2015. If you are the owner of a recalled Toyota Prius V, please contact Toyota’s customer service line. In addition, it is recommended that owners continue to monitor the website of the NHTSA for the latest recall news at www.safercar.gov
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If you or a loved one is injured in a car crash as a result of a defective passenger airbag, do not hesitate to contact a personal injury attorney at 1-800-380-8080. Our bilingual representatives are ready to connect you with an experienced product liability lawyer for a free consultation. It’s risk free- either your get paid or you don’t pay at all! We’re ready to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in English and Spanish.
Passenger Airbag May Not Deploy. Safecar.gov. Retrieved on January 26, 2015.