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Takata Air Bag Recall

Takata Air Bag Recall

Getting your vehicle looked at during a recall is a serious matter, especially when your safety is at stake. At Ron Hibbard Toyota, we’re offering FREE service to all drivers near Nashville, Gallatin, and Madison who are at risk from the Takata air bag recall. Contact us today to learn more.

What Is the Takata Airbag Recall?

The Takata airbag recall is the result of a malfunction with the airbag inflator inside your driver or front passenger airbag. While the airbags themselves are fine, the inflator is at risk of rupturing during an accident. This poses a safety risk of shrapnel shooting into your interior when your airbags deploy.

Overall, this recall is the largest in automotive history. It effects 19 manufacturers, including Toyota, Scion, and Lexus models made between 2003 and 2013.

How to Know If Your Airbags Are Safe

What Is the Takata Airbag RecallThere are three easy and reliable ways you can find out if your vehicle’s airbags are safe or need to be recalled. First, you can check online to see if your model needs to have the airbag inflators replaced.

Second, you can download the free Airbag Recall app on your smartphone. This lets you upload a photo of your license plate to see if your model needs its airbags serviced. You can also search by your license plate number or vehicle identification number (VIN). It’s a quick and convenient way to double check your vehicle’s airbags right from your smartphone.

Finally, visit a Toyota service center and have a trained technician look at your vehicle. They’ll quickly be able to determine if you need a new airbag inflator and be able to take care of replacing yours for you.

Again, whether you drive a car, truck, minivan, or SUV that was manufactured by Toyota, Scion, or Lexus between 2003 and 2013, you should use one or more of these resources to check your vehicle. Each one is a simple and free way to find out if your airbags will protect you like they’re supposed to or if you need to schedule a quick but necessary service appointment.

Toyota Service Center

How to Know If Your Airbags Are SafeGetting your Takata airbag inflator replaced is a fast and FREE service. The technicians in our service center can get your vehicle back on the road with safe, effective airbags in no time.

Each one of our technicians is highly trained in everything from routine maintenance like multi-point inspections to more in-depth service like engine work and collision repairs.

Plus, whether it’s a new set of wipers, a fresh set of brake pads, or airbag inflators that you can trust, our service technicians will only install genuine OEM parts and accessories.

These parts were designed and manufactured specifically for your make and model. By installing only genuine Toyota parts, they’ll be the perfect fit and give you the best performance.

If your vehicle was manufactured between 2003 and 2013, you’re due for maintenance, or need service, schedule an appointment with our technicians online.

Getting your Takata airbag inflator replaced is both a fast service job and free of charge. We’re happy to take care of it for you so you can rely on your airbags to what they were designed for and protect you.

Schedule Airbag Recall

Visit Ron Hibbard Toyota to get your Takata airbag inflator inspected and replaced. In just a few minutes, our team of expert technicians can determine if you need a new airbag inflator, remove the faulty one, install a new part, and have you on your way.

Taking care of you and your vehicle during the Takata air bag recall is a FREE service. It’s a matter of public safety that we want to address by helping all Toyota, Scion, and Lexus drivers near Nashville, Gallatin, and Madison.

Whether you just bought a used car that was made in 2013, or you’ve been driving your car for 10 years, make sure you check to see if you’re subject to the recall and get your airbag inflators replaced.

To learn more about the Takata airbag recall, just download the app Airbag Recall app to your phone or check online. All you need is your license plate number, vehicle identification number (VIN), or check if your car was made between 2003 and 2013.

To learn more about the Takata airbag recall and get your airbag inflators inspected or replaced, visit our dealership or schedule service online.

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