Unrepaired recalled airbags could rupture, in the event of a crash, and launch sharp metal fragments inside your vehicle.
The risk of airbag inflator explosion continues to increase over time.
Parts are available and repairs are free of charge (parts and labor).
Customer care agents are waiting for your call at 833-585-0144. They will connect you with local dealers for your free repair
A Stop-Drive advisory has been issued for 2005-2010 Dodge Magnum station wagons, Dodge Challenger coupes, and Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 sedans, with unrepaired recalled Takata driver-side airbags.
All owners or custodians of a vehicle with an open airbag recall should take immediate action to get theirs repaired.
Call us at 833-585-0144to discuss the best options for your immediate free repair.
You can also contact your local dealer directly to schedule your free repair.
If you are unsure whether your vehicle has an open airbag recall, Check your VIN.
Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram has issued 10 different recall campaigns, starting in 2015, to address these defective airbags. Below are the vehicles impacted by an active airbag inflator recall campaign.
FCA US LLC urgently warns U.S.-market owners or custodians of model-year 2005-2010 Dodge Magnum station wagons, Dodge Challenger coupes, and Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 sedans who have not yet addressed Takata driver-side airbag recalls to immediately stop driving their vehicles. The longer these particular vehicles remain unrepaired, the greater the risk of an airbag rupture, in event of a crash. Recalled airbag repairs are always free through dealers and their certified repair partners. Vehicle owners and custodians are encouraged to call 833-585-0144 – or contact their preferred dealer – to get connected to free repair options.
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FCA US LLC advises that you immediately stop driving your vehicle until the recalled Takata airbag in the vehicle has been replaced. Call 833-585-0144 – or contact your preferred dealer – to get connected to free repair options today.
This notice comes after two people died in separate crashes involving similar vehicles where the defective and recalled Takata driver’s side airbag exploded.
Several options are available, including towing the vehicle in for service free of charge or having a certified technician come to your home for mobile repair. Alternate transportation may be available as well. Call 833-585-0144 or your dealer to discuss what works best for you.
The risk of airbag inflator explosion increases over time. If your airbags deploy, which can occur even in a minor crash, the defective airbag may explode. An airbag explosion may cause sharp metal fragments to fly from the airbag into the vehicle cabin at high speeds, which may result in injury or death to vehicle drivers or passengers.