Takata Airbag Inflator Recall

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Brunswick Auto Mart & FCA US LLC regards the safety and security of our customers and their families as paramount and is fully committed to producing safe, reliable vehicles. Please read the information below regarding FCA US safety recalls related to driver and/or passenger airbag inflators manufactured by Takata Corporation.

What you need to know

Parts to remedy ALL FCA US vehicles included in ALL active safety recall campaigns related to driver and/or passenger airbag inflators manufactured by Takata Corporation are now available.

To help control the proper allocation and inventory of parts, customer notifications are being prioritized by geography and make and model year of vehicle. Affected owners should contact their dealer when notification is received to schedule an appointment for repairs.

If affected owners are seeking to have their vehicle repaired before receiving this notification, they can contact their Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep® or RAM dealer to inquire about part availability, and can have their vehicle repaired. All FCA US dealers have access to parts to repair all vehicles included in active safety recall campaigns related to driver and/or passenger airbag inflators manufactured due by Takata Corporation.

If you require assistance in scheduling an appointment for this FREE repair, please call 330-460-4068.

In 2015 and 2016, Takata Corporation advised the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) that a significant number of its driver and passenger airbag inflators that contain a non-desiccated phase stabilized ammonium nitrate (PSAN) propellant (an ammonium nitrate propellant without a chemical drying agent) are defective.

Prolonged exposure to high absolute humidity and high temperatures may cause the propellant to degrade.

Activation of degraded non-desiccated ammonium nitrate may cause an inflator rupture during normal airbag deployment events, possibly propelling metal fragments through the vehicle cabin that could result in serious injury or death.