Honda Takata Airbag Recall Repair Chicago, IL
Honda is recalling many of its Takata airbags used in a variety of Honda models. To see if your vehicle’s airbag is being recalled, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s website and enter your vehicle identification number. Even if you initially checked to see if your vehicle was being recalled, it’s a good idea to check again because more vehicles have been added to the Honda Takata airbag recall list.
You can also contact Continental Honda to verify if your vehicle is on the list. If it is, simply schedule an appointment with us and the defective parts will be replaced for free. Scheduling an appointment is easy. Simply contact the Continental Honda by phone or use our convenient online scheduling form to set up Honda Takata Airbag recall repair in Chicago, IL.
What Honda vehicles are affected by the airbag recall?
If your vehicle is on the Honda Takata airbag recall list it is very important you get your vehicle in to get the defective parts replaced as soon as possible. The main concern is the propellant in the defective Takata airbags will degrade over time and will malfunction in such a way that could result in injuries.
Some of the many vehicles affected by the airbag recall include:
- 2001-2007 Honda Accord
- 2001-2005 Honda Civic
- 2002-2006 Honda CR-V
- 2003-2011 Honda Element
- 2002-2004 Honda Odyssey
- 2003-2007 Honda Pilot
- 2006 Honda Ridgeline
Currently there are no recalls for the Honda Fit EV, CR-Z, Accord Plug-In Hybrid or Insight. Continue to check the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s website and stay in contact with the team here at Continental Honda for the latest recall information as vehicles continue to be added to the recall list.
Honda airbag recall backorder
Over 30 million vehicles are affected by the Honda airbag recall and backorders of supplies might happen. Honda is dedicated to a 100 percent repair rate to ensure all defective parts in all affected vehicles are fixed. To do this Honda is working to maintain a consistent levels of tools and supplies. The bottom line is to get your vehicle in for repair as soon as possible and if your vehicle currently isn’t on the list, to keep checking back for updates. The Continental Honda team will work hard to get you in for an appointment and back on the road quickly.
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