The automotive industry is still trying to recover completely from the Takata airbag debacle that saw millions of cars worldwide recalled due to potentially deadly airbags. Ford recently issued two additional recalls on older vehicles that might have had obsolete Takata parts installed during repairs after the Takata recall was completed.
Ford has identified certain Takata airbag modules that it says weren’t removed from service stock after the parts for the permanent service fix were available.
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