DOT announces steps to address air bag defects
   after Takata acknowledges problems exist
 

May 19: Takata agrees to national recall of certain types of driver and passenger side air bag inflators. This expands the number of vehicles to be recalled for defective inflators to nearly 34 million. NHTSA will coordinate remedy program.



>> News release | Takata page on Recalls Spotlight
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New feature will focus on presenting the latest information regarding the recalls you're hearing about right now.

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NHTSA announces Fiat Chrysler public hearing and issues special order

NHTSA announces Fiat Chrysler public hearing and issues special order

May 18: Agency sets public hearing for July 2 over concerns the automaker has failed to remedy safety defects and issue required notices in about 20 recalls. New release | The issues

 

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TAKATA RECALL - MAY 28: BMW, Fiat Chrysler, Ford and Mitsubishi have provided lists of vehicles that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls. See the vehicles here. The VINs included in these recalls are not yet available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer’s web site, but NHTSA will continue to provide updates as information becomes available. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

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