Mitsubishi recalls Takata air bags for a SECOND Time

Mitsubishi Recall Takata air bags
10/11/17 7:07 PM

Starting October 22, Mitsubishi will be recalling 66,000 cars for a second time due to the Takata air bag malfunction.

Back in 2015 Mitsubishi joined the large list of manufactures dealing with the Takata air bag recalls. The Takata air bag malfunctions by exploding with too much force, causing shrapnel to be thrown into the passenger. Takata air bags have been the cause for 19 deaths.

Mitsubishi Recall i-MiEV, Raider and Lancer

Mitsubishi vehicles affected by the recall include the i-MiEV, Raider, and Lancer models manufactured between 2004-2017. If you recently recalled your Mitsubishi vehicle for a defective air bag, you may still be driving a dangerous vehicle. To see if your car needs a recall, view the complete list of defective vehicles and  Contact the California Lemon Law Associates today to see if we can help!

Contact Takata Recall Experts

Lemon Law Associates have helped tons throughout the state of California. Don’t wait to call us! Please feel free to contact us immediately by email susanyeck1958@gmail.com or phone 877-955-3666 (inside California) or 619-531-7999 .

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