A dangerous airbag inflator defect puts drivers and passengers at risk of serious injury or death, resulting in the largest safety recall in U.S. history.
Tens of millions of defective airbag inflators made by more than a dozen different global automakers are affected by the recall.1 Owners of 2001 and 2002 Honda Civics and Accords, the 2002 and 2003 Acura TL, the 2002 Honda Odyssey and CR-V, and the 2003 Acura CL and Honda Pilot are advised to stop driving these vehicles until defective airbag inflators have been replaced.2
WHY IT CAN’T BE IGNORED
At least 10 people in the U.S. have been killed by defective airbag inflators.
More than 100 Americans have suffered injuries, such as vision loss or broken bones.3
The majority of defective airbag inflators are unrepaired. Only an estimated 8.8 million defective airbag inflators have been repaired nationwide.
WHAT TO DO NOW
Visit AirbagRecall.com or SaferCar.gov to look up your vehicle identification number (VIN) and learn if your vehicle has a defective airbag inflator.
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Call your automaker’s nearest dealership.
If affected by the recall, schedule an appointment to have the defective airbag inflator replaced for free. The procedure takes typically 30-60 minutes to complete.
If not affected, or if parts are not yet available for your vehicle, make sure your contact information is up to date so the dealership can keep you informed.
Many dealers offer loaner cars for those who need transportation while their vehicle is