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Old 07-23-2015, 12:03 PM   #36
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Grabbed this today off my MyFord account:

Recall Date: MAY 27, 2015
Recall Title: DRIVER AIRBAG INFLATOR REPLACEMENT
NHTSA Recall Number: 15V319
Ford Recall Number: 15S21
Recall Description: IN THE SUBJECT VEHICLES, CONTINUED EXPOSURE TO HIGH LEVELS OF ABSOLUTE HUMIDITY MAY CAUSE THE DRIVER AIRBAG INFLATOR HOUSING TO RUPTURE IF THE VEHICLE IS INVOLVED IN A CRASH WHERE THE SUPPLEMENTAL FRONT AIRBAGS ARE DESIGNED TO DEPLOY.
Risk to Safety: IN INFLATOR RUPTURE COULD RESULT IN METAL FRAGMENTS STRIKING AND POTENTIALLY INJURING VEHICLE OCCUPANTS
Remedy Program: DEALERS WILL REPLACE THE DRIVER AIRBAG INFLATOR WITH A NEW ONE, FREE OF CHARGE.
Status: 12 - RECALL INCOMPLETE. REMEDY NOT YET AVAILABLE.
Manufacturer Notes: TO CHECK FOR NON-SAFETY-RELATED PROGRAMS APPLICABLE TO YOUR VEHICLE, SEE HTTP://WWW.FORD.COM/ OR CALL YOUR FORD DEALER.
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That's what mine has said for weeks. Given the size of the recall it will easily be months, possibly even years before replacements become available.

If they were smart, they'd be contracting with one of the other airbag makers out there to build them a compatible retrofit device to replace the defective takta units. That too however, would take time.
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I was thinking of sending them a bill for a new full face helmet.
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The odd thing is that others on this board have had their airbag replaced by a dealer. How could they be fixed if there "is no remedy yet". I'm in SW Florida and I doubt there is a more humid area. Shouldn't those places get fixed first? I'm not really worried since I won't be having any front end collisions with my baby anyway...
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^ It's probably some kind of a$$-covering going on. FoMoCo had better hope that none of the recalled cars with "no remedy available" gets into a collision and has an exploding airbag inflator. They'd be looking at lawsuits and bad press to make the Pinto gas tank thing look rather tame.
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Sounds to me like my vehicle is too dangerous to drive. Guess ford needs to make my payments until it is road worthy again.....


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^^ Good luck with that.

The air bags in question were not made by Ford; they were made by another manufacturer. It's going to take this vendor awhile to produce enough to cover the recall. Ford is not to blame for this.
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They chose to use that part, a part which is covered by the warranty and is found to be faulty. Ford is still liable.


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They chose to use that part, a part which is covered by the warranty and is found to be faulty. Ford is still liable.


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I got my letter in on Tuesday. It says they will call when the part is available...yeah right.
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I got my letter in on Tuesday. It says they will call when the part is available...yeah right.
Exactly what mine said when I got it last Friday. The suspense is killing me
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^^ Good luck with that.

The air bags in question were not made by Ford; they were made by another manufacturer. It's going to take this vendor awhile to produce enough to cover the recall. Ford is not to blame for this.
They're maybe not to blame but must share the responsibility. They're the ones selling them to us, the consumer.
Not to mention that this problem existed in Takata air bags since 2004, which is when an airbag inflator exploded in a 2002 Honda Accord involved in a crash in Alabama, sending metal fragments through the bag and injuring the driver.

EDIT: I think it was negligent of Ford for taking so dam long to formally inform us of the potential problem.
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I feel like we need something in return for this issue! I'm basically taking an extra chance everyday to get metal fragments lodged into my body every time I turn my key...


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They're maybe not to blame but must share the responsibility. They're the ones selling them to us, the consumer.
Not to mention that this problem existed in Takata air bags since 2004, which is when an airbag inflator exploded in a 2002 Honda Accord involved in a crash in Alabama, sending metal fragments through the bag and injuring the driver.

EDIT: I think it was negligent of Ford for taking so dam long to formally inform us of the potential problem.
Given that they say they have no fix yet, I guess they didn't see the rush.
Some owners on this board said that they had their cars "fixed" while it was there for other issues. I wonder what those dealers did? It couldn't have been a fix since one doesn't exist yet...supposedly..
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Or they replaced the airbag inflator for some other reason. It's possible that the "new" airbag may still be affected by the recall.
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Here's one thing you guys all need to understand. Takata the manufacture is under strict regulation by ford. I personally know this because 40% production of there inflated get X-rayed. How do I know this. Well I'm an industrial radiographer and my last company was one of several company's that xrayed these inflators. This by no means is fords fault as they require proper testing of these inflators for your safety. So stop blaming ford and saying they chose to use them. Guess what. They chose to paint the car to. They chose to put tires on it. Hell they chose to build it for you so you can purchase it.

No car is perfect and every single model ever made has had recalls.

This is not the first recall on takata inflators and will not be the last. That I can assure you of after doing xray on there parts for every car they make inflators for I can tell u that.

If you buy a car. You'll have a recall to cripe about

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I got my letter in on Tuesday. It says they will call when the part is available...yeah right.
Same here. Doubt it'll be any time soon and I live in a very humid area.
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Expanded Recall...

I got the notice on May 2. I contacted my local ford dealer that day to see when the replacements were in to get it fixed. At that time, May 2, I was told replacements wouldn't be in until at least August. As someone also said, I live in a humid area. With a large humidity spike over the last couple of weeks. And the letter said heat and humidity effects the airbags. Yay.


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the bad part of this saga is its againgt the law to sell a car with a safty recall open on it.hope none of you lucky folks were planning on trading anytime soon,friend was told he could not trade until fixed by ford dealer,they can't sell whats sitting on their lot either.I wonder where the first shipment of replacements are going?
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Here's one thing you guys all need to understand. Takata the manufacture is under strict regulation by ford. I personally know this because 40% production of there inflated get X-rayed. How do I know this. Well I'm an industrial radiographer and my last company was one of several company's that xrayed these inflators. This by no means is fords fault as they require proper testing of these inflators for your safety. So stop blaming ford and saying they chose to use them. Guess what. They chose to paint the car to. They chose to put tires on it. Hell they chose to build it for you so you can purchase it.

No car is perfect and every single model ever made has had recalls.

This is not the first recall on takata inflators and will not be the last. That I can assure you of after doing xray on there parts for every car they make inflators for I can tell u that.

If you buy a car. You'll have a recall to cripe about

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This is nerve racking to say the least, I got the letter today.


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Just got this letter today too ugh one more thing to have to worry about... Anybody know how serious of a problem this is?


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The problem is rare, but the exploding inflator has caused injuries and deaths.
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Not blaming Ford but they are still responsible to make it good.
As far as illegal to sell a car with a safety recall, that's interesting.
I sold my Pontiac Solstice while it had a safety recall on the ignition switch. will I go to jail?
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Given that they say they have no fix yet, I guess they didn't see the rush.
Some owners on this board said that they had their cars "fixed" while it was there for other issues. I wonder what those dealers did? It couldn't have been a fix since one doesn't exist yet...supposedly..
I got my letter the other day, even though the dealership said they fixed this (I assume Ford is just sending it out to every owner regardless though). I am actually wondering about this now too. They said they did the work and the sheet shows hours charged to warranty, so...No idea.
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"Dealership said." Those two words together won't end well.


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I got my letter the other day, even though the dealership said they fixed this (I assume Ford is just sending it out to every owner regardless though). I am actually wondering about this now too. They said they did the work and the sheet shows hours charged to warranty, so...No idea.
The whole thing is strange. Why were they using faulty Takata inflators in 2012 when the first recall of them was in 2004? Did Takata keep making them for 8 years even after the were found to explode sometimes? It makes no sense to me. I am just glad they at least are not going off on their own so all I have to worry about is a serious crash. That's not happening to my Stang!
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So if I get into an accident side air bag has potential to release some metal crap? I don't get it


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The whole thing is strange. Why were they using faulty Takata inflators in 2012 when the first recall of them was in 2004? Did Takata keep making them for 8 years even after the were found to explode sometimes? It makes no sense to me. I am just glad they at least are not going off on their own so all I have to worry about is a serious crash. That's not happening to my Stang!



Takata a recal in 04 was not on the Same inflators. This was just stating they had a huge recall in 04.
Now there having another huge recall.
After xraying these I can definitely see how any inflator could easily explode and shatter into many pieces. I mean these are basically little bombs wrapped in metal that are designed to direct the blow a certain direction.

One weak spot and your looking for trouble and honestly this could happen on any inflator from any brand. There almost all the same as another as far as design and the apparent durability of them.


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So Takata made new inflators with the exact same defect as the old ones? Why are only the Takata inflators corroding from humidity? Do other manufacturers use a different metal in theirs? It seems to me that if they must use metal in "bomb" in front of my face they should at least use stainless steel so it can't corrode and weaken.
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They do use stainless. It's not a metal issue so to speak. The inflator will discharge in a faulty manner and due to the fault it blows the metal apart. There designd to handle the pressure of a properly imploding device. When a fault explosion happens the metal absorbs the impact in areas it's not designed for and can not handle the extra stress and gets turned into scrap metal


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We are all more at risk of being killed by a drunken texting driver than by the airbags. It's a problem (mostly for Takata) but put this low on the worry about list.
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I git my notice for my airbag. Waiting for the appointment.

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I got my notice for my airbag. Waiting for the appointment.
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For what it's worth, a Ford vehicle with a faulty Takata airbag has claimed its first victim--as recently as Dec. 2015. Has anyone gotten updates from Ford?

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