The Center for Auto Safety wants the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, or NHTSA, to reexamine all extensions granted under the Coordinated Remedy Order and amendments, the group said in a recent news release.
Since 2014 onwards, the company has recalled over 3 lakh vehicles in India to fix the faulty passenger-facing front airbag. These airbags can explode when deployed, causing serious injury or even death.
Older models and those in cities with high humidity and temperatures are getting priority.
Fourteen automakers are recalling vehicles due to potentially deadly Takata airbag inflators.
If you purchased a vehicle from one of these 19 manufacturers from the model years 2002 to 2017, please visit https://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls to find out if your vehicle is affected by the recall.
A separate Recall 2318A (NHTSA number 18V039), representing the same trucks as 2218A, covers the passenger frontal airbag inflator of model year 2006 B-Series, which could rupture if the vehicle is involved in a crash where the supplemental frontal airbags are created to deploy. The recall fix is free and can be made by the service department of your automobile manufacturer's local dealership.