UPDATED: 5/7/18 5:05 pm ET – corrected
Editor’s note: An progressing chronicle of this story misstated a commission of 2006 Ford Ranger models with poor Takata airbags that have been removed and replaced.
WASHINGTON — The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, disturbed that too many 2006 model-year Ford Rangers and Mazda B-series pickups with poor Takata airbags sojourn on a road, on Monday pleaded with owners to report a giveaway correct during an certified dealership.
In January, Ford Motor Co. urged 2,900 Ranger owners to stop pushing immediately until they can get deputy tools after a second genocide was related to airbag inflators from a same prolongation lot. A month after Ford stretched a “Do Not Drive” warning to 33,000 car owners. Mazda released identical warnings.
According to a manufacturers, 49 percent of a 33,320 impacted 2006 Ford Rangers have been mitigated, and 55 percent of a 2,205 impacted Mazda B-series trucks have been mitigated.
Both companies are charity to draw vehicles to a dealership for repair, and yield loaner vehicles giveaway of charge.
“I can't highlight strongly adequate a coercion of this remember — these airbags are dangerous,” pronounced NHTSA Deputy Administrator Heidi King in a statement. “Every car contingency be accounted for now.”
Owners can go to NHTSA’s Safercar.gov website and hunt by VIN either their car is enclosed in any recall.