Recall Spotlight

Takata Air Bags

January 19, 2017
42,000,000 Affected Vehicles

Vehicles Affected

2003 Acura 3.2CL

2002-2003 Acura 3.2TL

2013-2016 Acura ILX

2013-2014 Acura ILX Hybrid

2003-2006 Acura MDX

2007-2016 Acura RDX

2005-2012 Acura RL

2009-2014 Acura TL

2009-2014 Acura TSX

2010-2013 Acura ZDX

2006-2013 Audi A3

2005-2008 Audi A4 Avant

2006-2009 Audi A4 Cabriolet

2005-2008 Audi A4 Sedan

2010-2011 Audi A5 Cabriolet

2003-2011 Audi A6 Avant

2005-2011 Audi A6 Sedan

2009-2012 Audi Q5

2017 Audi R8

2008 Audi RS 4 Cabriolet

2007-2008 Audi RS 4 Sedan

2005-2008 Audi S4 Avant

2007-2009 Audi S4 Cabriolet

2005-2008 Audi S4 Sedan

2010-2012 Audi S5 Cabriolet

2007-2011 Audi S6 Sedan

2016-2017 Audi TT

2008-2013 BMW 1 Series

2000-2013 BMW 3 Series

2002-2003 BMW 5 Series

2011-2015 BMW X1

2007-2010 BMW X3

2003-2013 BMW X5

2008-2014 BMW X6

2010-2011 BMW X6 Hybrid

2007-2014 Cadillac Escalade

2007-2014 Cadillac Escalade ESV

2007-2013 Cadillac Escalade EXT

2007-2013 Chevrolet Avalanche

2007-2014 Chevrolet Silverado HD

2007-2013 Chevrolet Silverado LD

2007-2014 Chevrolet Suburban

2007-2014 Chevrolet Tahoe

2005-2015 Chrysler 300

2007-2009 Chrysler Aspen

2007-2008 Chrysler Crossfire

2007-2009 Dodge Sprinter

2007-2017 Freightliner Sprinter

2010-2017 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

2008-2014 Dodge Challenger

2006-2015 Dodge Charger

2005-2011 Dodge Dakota

2004-2009 Dodge Durango

2005-2008 Dodge Magnum

2003-2008 Dodge Ram 1500/2500/3500 Pickup

2005-2009 Dodge Ram 2500 Pickup

2007-2010 Dodge Ram 3500 Cab Chassis

2006-2009 Dodge Ram 3500 Pickup

2008-2010 Dodge Ram 4500/5500 Cab Chassis

2010-2015 Ferrari 458 Italia

2014-2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale

2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale A

2012-2015 Ferrari 458 Spider

2016-2017 Ferrari 488 GTB

2016-2017 Ferrari 488 Spider

2009-2014 Ferrari California

2015-2017 Ferrari California T

2013-2017 Ferrari F12

2016-2017 Ferrari F12 tdf

2016 Ferrari F60

2012-2016 Ferrari FF

2017 Ferrari GTC4Lusso

2012 Fisker Karma

2007-2010 Ford Edge

2006-2012 Ford Fusion

2005-2006 Ford GT

2005-2014 Ford Mustang

2004-2011 Ford Ranger

2007-2014 GMC Sierra HD

2007-2013 GMC Sierra LD

2007-2014 GMC Yukon

2007-2014 GMC Yukon XL

2001-2012 Honda Accord

2001-2011 Honda Civic

2003-2011 Honda Civic Hybrid

2001-2011 Honda Civic NGV

2010-2015 Honda Crosstour

2002-2011 Honda CR-V

2011-2015 Honda CR-Z

2003-2011 Honda Element

2010-2014 Honda FCX Clarity

2007-2013 Honda Fit

2013-2014 Honda Fit EV

2010-2014 Honda Insight

2002-2004 Honda Odyssey

2003-2015 Honda Pilot

2006-2014 Honda Ridgeline

2003-2008 Infiniti FX

2001 Infiniti I30

2002-2004 Infiniti I35

2006-2010 Infiniti M

2002-2003 Infiniti QX4

2009-2015 Jaguar XF

2007-2016 Jeep Wrangler

2007-2012 Land Rover Range Rover

2007-2012 Lexus ES350

2010-2017 Lexus GX460

2006-2013 Lexus IS250/350

2010-2015 Lexus IS250C/350C

2008-2014 Lexus IS F

2012 Lexus LFA

2002-2010 Lexus SC430

2007-2010 Lincoln MKX

2006-2012 Lincoln Zephyr/MKZ

2004-2009 Mazda B-Series

2007-2012 Mazda CX-7

2007-2015 Mazda CX-9

2003-2011 Mazda6

2006-2007 Mazda Mazdaspeed6

2004-2006 Mazda MPV

2004-2011 Mazda RX-8

2016-2017 McLaren 570

2015-2016 McLaren 650S

2016 McLaren 675LT

2012-2014 McLaren MP4-12C

2011-2015 McLaren P1

2005-2014 Mercedes-Benz C-Class

2010-2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

2011-2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabrio

2010-2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe

2009-2012 Mercedes-Benz GL-Class

2010-2015 Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class

2009-2010 Mercedes-Benz ML-Class

2009-2012 Mercedes-Benz R-Class

2007-2008 Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class

2011-2015 Mercedes-Benz SLS-Class

2006-2011 Mercury Milan

2012-2017 Mitsubishi i-MiEV

2004-2007 Mitsubishi Lancer

2004-2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution

2004 Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback

2006-2009 Mitsubishi Raider

2001-2003 Nissan Maxima

2002-2004 Nissan Pathfinder

2002-2006 Nissan Sentra

2007-2012 Nissan Versa

2003-2010 Pontiac Vibe

2005-2006 Saab 9-2x

2006-2011 Saab 9-3

2006-2009 Saab 9-5

2008-2009 Saturn Astra

2008-2015 Scion XB

2003-2006 Subaru Baja

2009-2013 Subaru Forester

2004-2011 Subaru Impreza

2003-2014 Subaru Legacy

2003-2014 Subaru Outback

2006-2014 Subaru Tribeca

2012-2014 Subaru WRX/STI

2012-2016 Tesla Model S

2010-2016 Toyota 4Runner

2003-2013 Toyota Corolla

2003-2008 Toyota Corolla Matrix

2009-2013 Toyota Matrix

2004-2005 Toyota Rav4

2002-2006 Toyota Sequoia

2011-2014 Toyota Sienna

2003-2006 Toyota Tundra

2006-2011 Toyota Yaris (Hatch Back)

2007-2012 Toyota Yaris (Sedan)

2009-2017 Volkswagen CC

2010-2014 Volkswagen Eos

2010-2014 Volkswagen Golf

2013 Volkswagen Golf R

2009-2013 Volkswagen GTI

2012-2014 Volkswagen Passat

2006-2010 Volkswagen Passat Sedan

2006-2010 Volkswagen Passat Wagon

Critical Warning Regarding Certain 2001-2003 Honda and Acura Vehicles with Takata Air Bags

Important Information about Expanded Takata Air Bag Recalls

Click on the make of your vehicle to find out if it is currently included in the Takata recalls.

NOTE: This list is subject to change and is not a guarantee that any specific vehicle is or is not included in any of the Takata recalls. Vehicle owners are urged to use NHTSA’s Recalls Lookup Tool to check their Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) for any open recalls, including Takata recalls.

Timeline of NHTSA Actions

May 4

The United States Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is expanding and accelerating the recall of Takata air bag inflators. The decision follows the agency’s confirmation of the root cause behind the inflators’ propensity to rupture. Ruptures of the Takata inflators have been tied to ten deaths and more than 100 injuries in the United States.

Under the Amended Consent Order issued to Takata this week, the company is required to make a series of safety defect decisions that will support vehicle manufacturer recall campaigns of an additional estimated 35-40 million inflators, adding to the already 28.8 million inflators previously recalled. These expansions are planned to take place in phases between May 2016 and December 2019. The expansions mean that all Takata ammonium nitrate-based propellant driver and passenger frontal air bag inflators without a chemical drying agent, also known as a desiccant, will be recalled.

March 24

BMW has informed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that it will be unable to meet its March 31 deadline to acquire a sufficient supply of remedy parts for one of the Takata inflators under recall, as required by the November 3, 2015, Coordinated Remedy Order. The alternate inflator that BMW’s supplier had developed to replace the defective Takata PSDI-4 driver-side air bag inflator failed during recent testing. In order to ensure that unsafe air bag inflators are replaced with safe ones, NHTSA is requiring BMW to acquire a sufficient supply no later than August 31, 2016, as detailed in this amendment. NHTSA's priority continues to be ensuring that unsafe air bag inflators are replaced with safe ones.

February 12

BMW (Recall 16V-071), Daimler Vans (Recall 16V-077 – including Sprinter Vans labeled Mercedes-Benz, Dodge and Freightliner), Ford, Honda (including Acura), Mazda, Mercedes-Benz (Recall 16V-081 – including Chrysler), and Volkswagen (Recalls 16V-078 and 16V-079 – including Audi) have expanded their Takata recalls to include vehicles equipped with driver-side air bag inflators that Takata has declared defective. On January 22, NHTSA alerted consumers that these expansions were imminent. Ford and BMW have made Vehicle Identification Numbers searchable through NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool, so owners can enter their VINs and see if their vehicles are under recall. Honda, Volkswagen, and Mercedes-Benz will make affected VINs searchable in the coming days, and NHTSA will update this site as those VINs become available.

January 28

NHTSA on January 22 announced new developments about defective Takata air bag inflators that will lead to additional vehicle recalls. Sadly the agency also announced the ninth U.S. fatality caused by a rupture of a Takata air bag inflator, and the tenth worldwide. The incident involved a 2006 Ford Ranger that was involved in a crash in South Carolina in late December. Based on this incident, Takata has declared certain SDI-model driver-side inflators to be defective, Recall 16E-006. In addition, NHTSA announced that Takata had declared certain PSDI-5 model inflators defective, after the rupture of four of those inflators that were recovered during a Toyota recall, Recall 16E-005. The agency estimates that these expanded recalls will affect roughly 5 million vehicles, and that vehicles made by Audi, BMW, Daimler Vans, Ford, Honda, Mazda, Mercedes Benz, Saab and Volkswagen will be affected. An updated list of affected makes, models and model years will be made available as soon as NHTSA receives the information from affected automakers.

NHTSA has received the list of vehicles from Ford that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls. The recall affects more than 360,000 Ford Ranger trucks from model years 2004-2006, Recall 16V-036. Ford has notified NHTSA that the vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in these recalls are now available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer’s Web site, so consumers can use the VIN look-up to check if their vehicle is affected. If your vehicle is included in this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

DEC 23

NHTSA announced today that the pace of recall completion is accelerating rapidly for vehicles with defective Takata air bags. In the two-week period ending December 4, just over 950,000 vehicles have been repaired. To help oversee future progress, NHTSA selected John D. Buretta, a partner at the law firm Cravath, Swain & Moore to serve as the Takata monitor. Mr. Buretta will be responsible for assisting the agency in providing important oversight of both the coordinated remedy program and of Takata’s compliance with consent orders.

“NHTSA has selected John D. Buretta, partner of the law firm Cravath, Swaine & Moore and former Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Department of Justice Criminal Division, to serve as independent monitor in the Takata recalls. Mr. Buretta was selected from a group of outstanding applicants, and he and his team bring tremendous experience in complex corporate investigations. They will play a significant role in helping oversee Takata’s compliance with its obligations under NHTSA enforcement orders, and in implementing the Coordinated Remedy Program to accelerate and prioritize the largest, most complex consumer safety effort in U.S. history.” – Mark Rosekind, NHTSA Administrator

The news comes as three automakers revise and expand their Takata passenger inflator recalls to include more model years, or additional vehicles and/or inflators from model years affected by existing recalls (including driver air bag recalls). The expansions are the result of Takata ballistic testing conducted over recent months. Consumers are urged to check their Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) for open recalls and to contact their local dealer to schedule repairs.

Sadly the agency also announces the eighth U.S. fatality likely caused by a rupture of a Takata air bag inflator, and the ninth worldwide. Although yet to be confirmed by the manufacturer, the incident involved a model year 2001 vehicle that spent most of it service life in the high absolute humidity (HAH) region and had been under recall for many years. The fatality was the result of a driver air bag rupture, as has been the case for all known fatalities.

Vehicles affected by revised passenger recalls:

2005-2008 Mazda Mazda6

2002-2004 Honda CR-V

2005-2008 Subaru Legacy and Outback

 

NOV 16

NHTSA Seeks Applicants for Takata Monitorship

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), an operating administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation, invites applications from qualified persons to serve as the independent monitor (the “Monitor”) under the terms of the November 3, 2015, Consent Order between NHTSA and TK Holdings Inc. and the terms of the November 3, 2015, Coordinated Remedy Order issued by NHTSA. The duties and responsibilities of the Monitor are set forth in the Consent Order and Coordinated Remedy Order. For details on how to apply, click here. To be considered for the position, applicants must submit all required documentation no later than November 30, 2015.

NOV 3

Press Conference on the Coordinated Remedy Proceeding and Takata Air Bags

To protect the American public from certain defective air bag inflators supplied by Takata, NHTSA ordered all 12 vehicle manufacturers to accelerate recall repairs and prioritize vehicles to reduce the risk of rupture under a Coordinated Remedy Order. Completion deadlines for fixing the 19 million vehicles under recall will begin in 2017 and end in 2019. Under a NHTSA Consent Order, Takata has agreed to Federal oversight for the next five years, to phase out the use of the propellant believed to be related to the air bag inflator ruptures, and to pay record civil penalties up to $200 million. Additional information and a video of the announcement is available here.

OCT 30

NHTSA Updates List of All Makes and Models Affected by Takata Air Bag Recalls

Based on the latest information from vehicle manufacturers, NHTSA has updated the list of vehicles (by model year, make and model) affected by the Takata air bag recalls. Consumers can use NHTSA's VIN look-up tool to see if their Vehicle Identification Number matches one of the approximately 19 million vehicles from 12 auto manufacturers involved in the recall.

OCT 23

Public Information Meeting: The Coordinated Remedy Proceeding on Recalled Takata Inflators

On Thursday, October 22, 2015, NHTSA held a public information meeting on the recalls of Takata air bag inflators and the Coordinated Remedy Program Proceeding. During the meeting, NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind and representatives from NHTSA’s Vehicle Safety Division updated the public on the safety risks associated with certain Takata air bag inflators, steps the Federal government and the auto industry are taking to address those risks, challenges to repairing vehicles quickly and measures the public can take to protect themselves. Administrator Rosekind made it clear that NHTSA’s goal is a safe air bag in every vehicle in the United States, and he urged everyone to use NHTSA’s VIN lookup tool to determine if their vehicle is under one of the Takata recalls or any other safety recall. He also explained that NHTSA is considering a number of steps that could accelerate repairs and ensure that the inflators that present the greatest safety risk get replaced first. A decision on next steps will be announced later next month. A video of the meeting, as well as the presentations given and additional information is available in the timeline.

OCT 19

Public Information Meeting: The Coordinated Remedy Proceeding on Recalled Takata Inflators

NHTSA’s public information meeting on Takata air bag inflator recalls and the Coordinated Remedy Program Proceeding will take place Thursday, October 22, 2015, at 10 a.m. EST. During the meeting, NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind and representatives from NHTSA’s Vehicle Safety Division will update the public on the safety risks associated with certain Takata air bag inflators, steps the Federal government and the auto industry are taking to address those risks, and measures the public can take to protect themselves. Event material, including a video of the webcast, videos from the presentation, the meeting agenda, and FAQs about the recalled inflators, are available in the timeline.

SEPT 16

NHTSA Updates List of All Makes and Models Affected by Takata Air Bag Recalls

NHTSA has updated the list of vehicles (by model year, make and model) affected by the Takata air bag recalls. Consumers can also use NHTSA's VIN look-up tool to see if their Vehicle Identification Number matches one of the approximately 19 million vehicles from 12 auto manufacturers involved in the recall.

SEPT 10

NHTSA Issues Notice of Public Information Meeting on Takata Recall Proceedings

NHTSA announced that it will hold a public information meeting on Thursday, October 22, 2015, regarding coordinated remedy proceedings for Takata air bag recalls. The meeting will cover possible actions that could aid in prioritizing, organizing, and phasing the multiple recalls to remedy defective Takata air bag inflators. Full details of the meeting are available here.

“Millions of Americans are affected by Takata-related recalls, and this meeting will be an opportunity to provide the information we’ve gathered since launching the coordinated remedy proceeding in May. Helping the public understand the risks involved, what NHTSA and the auto industry are doing to address them, and how affected vehicle owners can take action to protect themselves and their families is an essential element in removing defective air bags from our roads and upholding public safety.” - NHTSA Administrator, Mark Rosekind.

SEPT 1

NHTSA continues to study the possible establishment of a Coordinated Remedy Program to address defective Takata air bag inflators and ensure that all affected vehicles have safe air bags as quickly as possible. NHTSA has consulted with all 12 affected vehicle manufacturers, as well as numerous air bag suppliers, to gather information on inflator supplies, risk factors, and the biggest obstacles to replacing defective inflators. NHTSA intends to hold an event in the fall to allow public discussion of these efforts, and may issue a Coordinated Remedy Program plan that would ensure that the greatest safety risks are addressed first and that every defective inflator is replaced with a safe one as soon as possible. NHTSA’s current estimate of the number of defective inflators installed in U.S. vehicles is 23.4 million, somewhat lower than earlier estimates of more than 30 million. This revised estimate is based on the most recent and accurate information provided by the affected automakers, and includes approximately 4 million vehicles that have already been repaired. Approximately 4 million vehicles have defective inflators in both driver- and passenger-side air bags.

NHTSA has also completed its own initial testing of Takata inflators, designed as a check on the validity of test results from Takata and other sources. Preliminary results are broadly consistent with data from Takata, including Takata’s findings on the risk associated with vehicles from high-humidity geographic areas.

NHTSA is also investigating the recent rupture of a Takata-made seat-mounted side air bag, as well as failures of side air bag inflators in testing. NHTSA is assessing information on this issue and will take whatever actions are necessary to protect public safety. NHTSA is continuing its investigation into possible violations of the Motor Vehicle Safety Act involving defective Takata inflators. Investigating potential violations of law, and holding manufacturers accountable for such violations, is an essential tool in NHTSA’s mission to protect American consumers from defective products. If NHTSA determines there are violations of the Safety Act, the agency will use its enforcement tools to ensure accountability.

AUG 11

As required under the May 18 Consent Order, Takata has provided to NHTSA proposed plans for testing and reporting on the safety of the defect remedy and service life of parts, and for maximizing recall completion rates.

JULY 14

VIN Look-Up Now Available for 2008-2010 Dodge Challenger

NHTSA has received notification from Fiat Chrysler that vehicle owners are now able to search by VIN to see if their vehicles are affected by Recall 15V-444 for defective Takata driver side air bag inflators. Owners can use NHTSA's VIN look-up tool to find this information.

JULY 13

Takata Air Bag Recall FAQs Now Available in Spanish

In an effort to keep all Americans informed about the Takata air bag recalls process, NHTSA has made its Takata Frequently Asked Questions available in Spanish.

JULY 10

Additional Fiat Chrysler Vehicles Affected by Takata Recall Expansion

In May, NHTSA received a list of vehicles from Fiat Chrysler that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls. Two recall reports ( Recall 15V-313 for driver side air bags and Recall 15V-312 for passenger side air bags) were issued. Today, NHTSA has received a list from Fiat Chrysler containing an additional 88,346 vehicles with defective driver side air bag inflators. The vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in this recall are not yet available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer’s Web site, but NHTSA will continue to provide updates as this information becomes available. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-444 for defective front driver side air bag inflators includes:

2008-2010 model years Dodge Challenger

JUNE 25

Mazda Vehicles With Driver Side Air Bags Affected by Recall Expansion

On June 4, 2015, NHTSA received the list of vehicles from Mazda that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls. Mazda issued Recall 15V-345 on those vehicles so an interim air bag inflator can be installed as a temporary measure. On June 17, 2015, NHTSA received a finalized recall report (15V-382) which covers the same subject vehicles for the final remedy, when it becomes available. Owners should have the interim remedy performed on their vehicle as soon as possible. The vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in these recalls are available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer's VIN look-up page. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-382 for defective front driver side air bag inflators includes:

2003-2008 model years Mazda 6 2004-2008 model years Mazda RX-8
2006-2007 model years Mazdaspeed 6

JUNE 22

NHTSA Releases List of All Makes and Models Affected by Takata Air Bag Recalls

NHTSA has released the full list of vehicles (by model year, make and model) affected by the Takata air bag recalls. Consumers can also use NHTSA's VIN look-up tool to see if their Vehicle Identification Number matches one of the estimated 32 million vehicles from 12 auto manufacturers involved in the recall. See September 16 Update.

JUNE 17

All VINs of affected vehicles are now searchable using NHTSA's Lookup Tool

Consumers can now use NHTSA's VIN look-up tool to see if their Vehicle Identification Number matches one of the more than 32 million vehicles from 12 auto manufacturers involved in the recall. “As this recall progresses, NHTSA will organize and prioritize the replacement of the defective air bag inflators to ensure that defective inflators are replaced with safe ones as quickly as possible,” said NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind. Read the news release page.

Toyota Expands List of Vehicles Affected by Recall Expansion

NHTSA has received two updated lists of vehicles from Toyota that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls.

On May 13, 2015, Toyota notified NHTSA that it is recalling certain model year 2004 Sequoia vehicles manufactured August 18, 2003, to August 19, 2004, and 2003-2004 Tundra vehicles manufactured March 18, 2003, to August 25, 2004. On June 16, 2015, Toyota expanded Recall 15V-285 to include an additional 1,270,468 vehicles. The vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in these recalls are available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer's VIN look-up page. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-285 for defective front passenger side air bag inflators includes:

2004 model year Sequoia (manufactured August 18, 2003, to August 19, 2004)
2003-2004 model years Tundra (manufactured March 18, 2003, to August 25, 2004)
2002-2003 model years Sequoia
2005-2007 model years Sequoia
2005-2006 model years Tundra
2003-2007 model years Corolla
2003-2007 model years Corolla Matrix
2003-2007 model years Pontiac Vibe
2002-2007 model years Lexus SC vehicles

 

On May 13, 2015, Toyota notified NHTSA that it is recalling certain model year 2005-2007 Lexus SC, Toyota Corolla, Corolla Matrix, Sequoia, and Pontiac Vibe, and 2005-2006 Toyota Tundra vehicles that were originally sold, or ever registered, in Florida, along the Gulf Coast, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, Saipan and American Samoa (i.e., high absolute humidity States). On June 16, 2015, Toyota expanded Recall 15V-286 to include an additional 769,055 vehicles. The vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in these recalls are available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer's VIN look-up page. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-286 for defective front passenger side air bag inflators includes:

2002-2004 model years Lexus SC
2002-2004 model years Sequoia
2003-2004 model years Corolla Matrix
2003-2004 model years Corolla
2003-2004 model years Pontiac Vibe
2003-2004 model years Tundra
And vehicles covered by the May 13, 2015, notification in parts of Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas that were not previously included.

JUNE 15

Honda Vehicles With Passenger Side Air Bags Affected by Recall Expansion

NHTSA has received the list of vehicles from Honda that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls. The vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in these recalls are not yet available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer’s Web site, but NHTSA will continue to provide updates as this information becomes available. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-370 for defective front passenger side air bag inflators includes:

2003-2007 model years Honda Accord L4
2001-2005 model years Honda Civic

JUNE 12

Daimler Vans USA (DVUSA) Vehicles With Passenger Side Air Bags Affected by Recall Expansion

NHTSA has received the list of vehicles from DVUSA that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls. The vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in these recalls are not yet available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer’s Web site, but NHTSA will continue to provide updates as this information becomes available. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-354 for defective front passenger side air bag inflators includes:

2007-2008 model years Freightliner Sprinter 2500 and 3500
2006-2008 model years Dodge Sprinter 2500 and 3500

JUNE 10

Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) Vehicles With Driver Side Air Bags Affected by Recall Expansion

NHTSA has received the list of vehicles from DTNA that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls. Because these vehicles are not considered light passenger vehicles, the vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in this recall will not be available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer’s Web site. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-361 for defective front driver side air bag inflators includes:

2008-2009 model years Sterling Bullet 4500/5500 Chassis Cab (Sterling-Badged Dodge Ram)

JUNE 5

NHTSA-Coordinated Remedy Notice

As part of its ongoing effort to provide national-level leadership, NHTSA is opening proceedings to facilitate the prioritization, organization, and phasing of the replacement of defective air bag inflators to ensure that defective inflators are replaced with safe ones as quickly as possible, addressing the highest risks first. Information on NHTSA’s potential actions, background on the situation, and issues the agency is considering regarding the proceedings can be found on the public docket.

Mazda VIN Look-Up Now Available

NHTSA has received notification from Mazda that vehicle owners are now able to search by VIN to see if their vehicles are affected by the Takata air bag recalls. Owners can use NHTSA's VIN look-up tool to find this information, or go to their manufacturer's VIN look-up page.

JUNE 4

Mazda Vehicles With Passenger Side Air Bags Affected by Recall Expansion

NHTSA has received the list of vehicles from Mazda that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls. The vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in these recalls are not yet available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer’s Web site, but NHTSA will continue to provide updates as this information becomes available. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-346 for defective front passenger side air bag inflators includes:

2004-2006 model years Mazda B-Series Pickup

Mazda Vehicles With Driver Side Air Bags Affected by Recall Expansion

NHTSA has received the list of vehicles from Mazda that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls. The vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in these recalls are not yet available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer’s Web site, but NHTSA will continue to provide updates as this information becomes available. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-345 for defective front driver side air bag inflators includes:

2003-2008 model years Mazda 6
2004-2008 model years Mazda RX-8
2006-2007 model years Mazdaspeed 6

JUNE 3

Honda Vehicles Affected by Recall Expansion

NHTSA has received the list of vehicles from Honda that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls. The vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in these recalls are not yet available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer’s Web site, but NHTSA will continue to provide updates as this information becomes available. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-320 for defective front driver side air bag inflators includes:

2001-2007 model years Honda Accord 2001-2005 model years Honda Civic
2002-2006 model years Honda CR-V
2003-2011 model years Honda Element
2002-2004 model years Honda Odyssey
2003-2008 model years Honda Pilot
2006 model year Honda Ridgeline
2003 model year Acura CL
2003-2006 model years Acura MDX
2002-2003 model years Acura TL

JUNE 2

Saab VIN Look-Up Now Available

NHTSA has received notification from Saab that vehicle owners are now able to search by VIN to see if their vehicles are affected by the Takata air bag recalls. Owners can use NHTSA's VIN look-up tool to find this information, or go to their manufacturer's VIN look-up page.

Ford VIN Look-Up Now Available

NHTSA has received notification from Ford that vehicle owners are now able to search by VIN to see if their vehicles are affected by the Takata air bag recalls. Owners can use NHTSA's VIN look-up tool to find this information, or go to their manufacturer's VIN look-up page.

JUNE 1

BMW VIN Look-Up Now Available

NHTSA has received notification from BMW that vehicle owners are now able to search by VIN to see if their vehicles are affected by the Takata air bag recalls. Owners can use NHTSA's VIN look-up tool to find this information, or go to their manufacturer's VIN look-up page.

Ford Vehicles With Driver Side Air Bags Affected by Recall Expansion

NHTSA has received the list of vehicles from Ford that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls. The list of vehicles affected by the passenger side air bag recalls was previously posted. The vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in these recalls are not yet available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer’s Web site, but NHTSA will continue to provide updates as this information becomes available. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-319 for defective front driver side air bag inflators includes:

2005-2014 model years Ford Mustang
2005-2006 model years Ford GT

MAY 29

Chrysler, Mitsubishi, Subaru, and GM VIN Look-Up Available

NHTSA has received notification from Chrysler, Mitsubishi, Subaru, and GM that vehicle owners are now able to search by VIN to see if their vehicles are affected by the Takata air bag recalls. Owners can use NHTSA's VIN look-up tool to find this information, or go to their manufacturer's VIN look-up pages.

GM Vehicles Affected by Recall Expansion

NHTSA has received the list of vehicles from GM that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls. The vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in these recalls are not yet available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer’s Web site, but NHTSA will continue to provide updates as this information becomes available. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-324 for defective front passenger side air bag inflators includes:

2007-2008 model years Chevrolet Silverado 2500/3500
2007-2008 model years GMC Sierra 2500/3500

Subaru Vehicles Affected by Recall Expansion

NHTSA has received the list of vehicles from Subaru that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls. The vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in these recalls are not yet available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer’s Web site, but NHTSA will continue to provide updates as this information becomes available. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-323 for defective front passenger air bag inflators includes:

2004-2005 model years Subaru Impreza Sedan/Station Wagon 2005 model year Saab 9-2x

MAY 28

Mitsubishi Vehicles Affected by Recall Expansion

NHTSA has received the list of vehicles from Mitsubishi that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls. The vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in these recalls are not yet available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer’s Web site, but NHTSA will continue to provide updates as this information becomes available. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-321 for defective front passenger side air bag inflators includes:

2004-2006 model years Mitsubishi Lancer/Lancer Evolution
2004 model year Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback

Ford Vehicles With Passenger Side Air Bags Affected by Recall Expansion

NHTSA has received the list of vehicles from Ford that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata passenger air bag recalls. The list of vehicles affected by the driver side air bag recalls will be posted separately. The vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in these recalls are not yet available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer’s Web site, but NHTSA will continue to provide updates as this information becomes available. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-322 for defective front passenger side air bag inflators includes:

2004-2006 model years Ford Ranger

No Expansion of Takata Recalls for Nissan

NHTSA received notification from Nissan that while it has issued previous recalls related to defective Takata air bags, none of its vehicles are affected by the recall expansion issued by Takata last week. Nissan owners can check if their vehicle is affected by a previous recall by using NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool and Nissan’s Recall Lookup site.

BMW Vehicles Affected by Recall Expansion

NHTSA has received the list of vehicles from BMW that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls. The vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in these recalls are not yet available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer’s Web site, but NHTSA will continue to provide updates as this information becomes available. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-318 for defective front driver side air bag inflators includes:

2002-2005 model years BMW 325i/325xi/330i/330xi Sedan
2002-2005 model years BMW 325xi/325i Sports Wagon
2002-2006 model years BMW 330Ci/325Ci/M3 Convertible
2002-2006 model years BMW 325i/330i/M3 Coupe
2002-2003 model years BMW M5/540i/525i/530i Sedan
2002-2003 model years BMW 540i/525i Sports Wagon
2003-2004 model years BMW X5 3.0i/4.4i Sports Activity Vehicle

Fiat Chrysler Vehicles Affected by Takata Recall Expansion

NHTSA has received the list of vehicles from Fiat Chrysler that are affected by the recent expansion of the Takata air bag recalls. The vehicle identification numbers (VINs) included in these recalls are not yet available on NHTSA’s VIN look-up tool or the manufacturer’s Web site, but NHTSA will continue to provide updates as this information becomes available. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, follow up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance.

Recall 15V-313 for defective front driver side air bag inflators includes:

2005-2009 model years Dodge Ram 2500 Pickup
2004-2008 model years Dodge Ram 1500 Pickup
2006-2009 model years Dodge Ram 3500 Pickup
2007-2009 model years Dodge Ram 3500 Cab Chassis
2008-2010 model years Dodge Ram 4500/5500 Cab Chassis
2008-2009 model years Sterling 4500/5500 Cab Chassis
2004-2008 model years Dodge Durango
2007-2008 model years Chrysler Aspen
2005-2010 model years Chrysler 300/300C/SRT8
2005-2010 model years Dodge Charger/Magnum
2005-2011 model years Dodge Dakota
2006-2010 model years Mitsubishi Raider

Recall 15V-312 for defective front passenger side air bag inflators includes:

2003 model year Dodge Ram 1500/2500/3500

MAY 27

DOT Press Conference Video Now Available

The video and transcript are now available from the May 19, 2015, press conference in which USDOT Secretary Anthony Foxx and NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind announced the expansion of the Takata air bag recalls.

MAY 26

Frequently Asked Questions on Takata Recalls

NHTSA understands that consumers want to know what to do and what to expect if their car is affected by the Takata air bag recalls. NHTSA has compiled answers to many frequently asked questions regarding the recalls, and the agency will continue to update this site as more information and details become available.

MAY 22

NHTSA Issues Notice of Intent

On May 22, 2015, the Federal Register published NHTSA’s notice of intent to start a formal process to coordinate and accelerate the repair of millions of vehicles that have defective Takata air bags. Publishing the notice is the first step in a process designed to ensure that every vehicle in America has safe air bags as quickly as possible. You can find the official online publication on the Federal Register Web site.

MAY 19

U.S. DOT Announces National Recall of Takata Air Bags

At the insistence of the U.S. Department of Transportation, Takata has determined that a defect exists in some of its air bag inflators. Takata has agreed to a national recall of certain types of frontal driver and passenger side air bag inflators used in vehicles manufactured by BMW, Chrysler, Daimler Trucks, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru and Toyota. These inflators were made with a propellant that can degrade over time and has led to ruptures that have been blamed for six deaths worldwide. The action expands the number of vehicles to be recalled for defective Takata inflators to nearly 34 million (now estimated to be 32 million).

NHTSA is waiting for the automakers to supply a complete list of affected vehicles. As this information becomes available, NHTSA will update this site to provide the American publiwith this information.

Once manufacturers identify which vehicles are affected, use NHTSA’s VIN search tool to confirm whether your individual vehicle is under recall, and search by VIN on a specific vehicle-maker's site . It’s important to check periodically because it’s possible your VIN might not be entered into a manufacturer’s system for several weeks after a recall is first announced. If your vehicle is affected, follow-up with the manufacturer to get interim guidance and get your vehicle fixed as soon as parts are available.

Completion Rates

By Make

Data as of May 26, 2017.

123,644 (8.80%) Driver-side Air Bags Repaired

235,236 (35.51%) Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired

358,880 (17.36%) Total Air Bags Repaired

466 (0.43%) Driver-side Air Bags Repaired

4,191 (10.79%) Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired

4,657 (3.18%) Total Air Bags Repaired

871 (33.49%) Driver-side Air Bags Repaired

Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired - Not Applicable

871 (33.49%) Total Air Bags Repaired

1,568,926 (37.43%) Driver-side Air Bags Repaired

286,964 (5.74%) Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired

1,855,890 (20.19%) Total Air Bags Repaired

Driver-side Air Bags Repaired - Not Applicable

783 (27.67%) Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired

783 (27.67%) Total Air Bags Repaired

419,133 (30.66%) Driver-side Air Bags Repaired

111,703 (30.78%) Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired

530,836 (30.69%) Total Air Bags Repaired

10,129 (9.48%) Driver-side Air Bags Repaired

201,732 (32.32%) Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired

211,861 (28.98%) Total Air Bags Repaired

5,539,915 (65.38%) Driver-side Air Bags Repaired

4,846,060 (52.34%) Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired

10,385,975 (58.57%) Total Air Bags Repaired

Driver-side Air Bags Repaired - Not Applicable

3,200 (5.83%) Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired

3,200 (5.83%) Total Air Bags Repaired

128,257 (31.38%) Driver-side Air Bags Repaired

135,739 (18.05%) Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired

263,996 (22.74%) Total Air Bags Repaired

12,750 (1.81%) Driver-side Air Bags Repaired

Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired - Not Applicable

12,750 (1.81%) Total Air Bags Repaired

6,298 (28.90%) Driver-side Air Bags Repaired

23,075 (16.77%) Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired

29,373 (18.43%) Total Air Bags Repaired

Driver-side Air Bags Repaired - Not Applicable

336,891 (22.67%) Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired

336,891 (22.67%) Total Air Bags Repaired

Driver-side Air Bags Repaired - Not Applicable

385,596 (35.23%) Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired

385,596 (35.23%) Total Air Bags Repaired

Driver-side Air Bags Repaired - Not Applicable

680 (22.50%) Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired

680 (22.50%) Total Air Bags Repaired

93,673 (63.46%) Driver-side Air Bags Repaired

1,709,110 (32.80%) Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired

1,802,783 (33.64%) Total Air Bags Repaired

51,116 (6.31%) Driver-side Air Bags Repaired

2,439 (1.25%) Passenger-side Air Bags Repaired

53,555 (5.33%) Total Air Bags Repaired

IMPORTANT EXPLANATORY NOTE: This information is for general informative purposes and is not intended to represent the real-time status of any individual recall’s performance or any group of recalls’ performance. There are inherent delays between the time an individual car is repaired, when its repair status is reported to the manufacturer, and when the status is then reported to NHTSA. The information displayed, therefore, generally represents a worst case depiction of completion. In addition, each individual recall has its own unique history, which makes it difficult to compare completion rates between recalls and between manufacturers. For example, some recalls include vehicles that have been under recall for many years, whereas as others reflect recalls that have only just started, or have only started in a discreet geographic area due to parts restrictions.

FAQs

A list of all vehicles that are affected, or will be affected, by the Takata recalls is available here. If your vehicle is currently under recall, you should have received a notice in the mail from your vehicle’s manufacturer. If you haven’t received a notice but believe your vehicle may be included, use NHTSA’s Recalls Lookup Tool to check. Please note that vehicles that have not yet been recalled according to the recall schedule will not be searchable. Vehicle owners should sign up for NHTSA’s Recall Alerts to be notified if their vehicle is affected by the expanded recall. NHTSA also suggests that all consumers check for recalls twice a year, and sign up for Recall Alerts, to see if any vehicle they own is subject to a recall.

Every recall is serious, so it’s important that you contact your dealer as soon as possible to make an appointment to get it fixed.

To see if your vehicle can be repaired now, use NHTSA’s Recalls Lookup Tool.

If your vehicle can be remedied now, it will display in red the message that the recall is “incomplete.”

If your vehicle cannot be remedied now, it will display in red the message that the recall is “incomplete—parts not available.”

This information may also be contained in the letter your vehicle manufacturer sent to you notifying you of a safety recall on your vehicle. If you do not have that letter or cannot recall receiving it, you can always contact your local dealer or your manufacturer directly for more information.

If a dealer refuses to repair your vehicle in accordance with the recall letter, you should notify the manufacturer immediately. You can also file a complaint with NHTSA and provide as many details as possible, including the name of the dealership and any personnel involved.

No. NHTSA estimates that frontal air bags saved 2,400 lives in 2014 alone. It is far more likely that, if you are involved in a crash, your air bag will perform properly and protect you than it will rupture and cause harm. An air bag that is purposely disabled has a 100-percent chance of failing to provide any protection in a crash.

Vehicles equipped with air bags, including air bags that are under recall, save lives and reduce injuries. The vast majority of Takata air bags will perform as expected. However, as made clear by the agency’s unprecedented action, we do not accept even the small number of failures; lives have been lost due to this defect. If you feel uncomfortable continuing to drive your vehicle before the recall repair has been performed on your vehicle, you should contact your dealer and ask for a loaner until an interim or a final repair is completed. Dealers and manufacturers are not required to provide you a loaner car, but it can never hurt to ask.

A small number of manufacturers are replacing older Takata inflators with newly manufactured versions of these same Takata inflators. Even though these replacements will eventually need to be replaced as well, you should still have an interim repair performed if it is offered to you.

The data NHTSA has collected unequivocally points to the age of the inflator as being a critical factor in the likelihood of rupture. An older inflator is more likely to rupture than a newer version of the same inflator. Therefore, replacing the older inflator with a newer version reduces the safety risk associated with your vehicle until a final remedy inflator can be produced and installed. All owners that have an interim remedy applied will still be offered a free final remedy inflator and should be sure to have that repair done as well.

Yes, that is correct. Repairs are prioritized to reduce risk. If you received an interim remedy, your risk has been reduced. A vehicle that has yet to receive any remedy is now a higher priority to be repaired. But it is still better to receive the interim remedy now to reduce your immediate risk. You will still be entitled to a free, final remedy. All vehicles with interim repairs are scheduled to be recalled for the final remedy no later than Dec. 31, 2019. While there is an inconvenience of having your vehicle serviced twice, or having to wait longer for a final remedy, rejecting an interim remedy is not worth the continued higher risk of injury or even death while waiting for the final remedy.

NHTSA is prioritizing Takata air bag repairs to ensure that vehicles with air bags that pose a higher threat to safety are fixed first while simultaneously working to ensure that parts are available to repair every affected vehicle as quickly as possible.

Based on testing, field experience, and research, older inflators in vehicles that have experienced prolonged exposure to hot and humid conditions pose a much greater risk of rupturing. Accordingly, NHTSA has ordered manufacturers to replace inflators in older vehicles that are most likely to have been exposed to hot and humid conditions first. Additional factors, such as whether the inflator is in a driver or passenger side air bag, factor into how your vehicle’s repair has been prioritized.

Regardless of these circumstances, every defective air bag inflator must be—and will be—replaced. We ask for your understanding while the air bags that pose a higher risk to their vehicle’s drivers and occupants are replaced first.

The data collected and examined by NHTSA demonstrates that long-term exposure to combined high heat and humidity creates the risk that a Takata inflator is likely to rupture. A vehicle that “winters” in a hot and humid location is not subjected to the same sustained periods of heat and humidity as a vehicle that has been driven in these conditions year-round for a prolonged period.

 

The current list of affected vehicles, by priority group, for all 19 of the affected manufacturers is available here (PDF 668 KB). If you have any questions or concerns, contact your manufacturer directly.

Related Documents

2017

January 18

General Motors LLC’s Petition for Inconsequentiality and Request for Deferral of Determination Regarding Certain GMT900 Vehicles Equipped with Takata “SPI YP” and “PSPI-L YD” Passenger Inflators Subject to January 2017 Takata Equipment DIR Filings (483 KB)

General Motors LLC’s Petition for Inconsequentiality and Request for Deferral of Determination Regarding Certain GMT900 Vehicles Equipped with Takata “SPI YP” and “PSPI-L YD” Passenger Inflators Subject to January 2017 Takata Equipment DIR Filings – Exhibit A (PDF 1 MB)

January 10

Takata PSAN Phase-Out Certification (PDF 128 KB)

2016

December 27

Fourth Amendment to the Coordinated Remedy Order (PDF 186 KB)

December 23

Coordinated Communications Recommendations (PDF 221 KB)

December 9

Third Amendment to the Coordinated Remedy Order and Annex A (PDF 943 KB)

Fact Sheet: NHTSA Actions to Accelerate Takata Remedy (PDF 182 KB)

Fact Sheet: Takata Recall History and Key Terms (PDF 208 KB)

November 22

General Motors LLC, Withdrawal of Petition to Amend Takata DIR Schedule (PDF 192 KB)

General Motors LLC, Receipt of Petition for Inconsequentiality and Decision Granting Request to File Out of Time and Request for Deferral of Determination (PDF 44 KB)

General Motors LLC’s Petition for Inconsequentiality and Request for Deferral of Determination Regarding Certain GMT900 Vehicles Equipped with Takata “SPI YP” and “PSPI-L YD” Passenger Inflators (PDF 436 KB)

General Motors LLC’s Petition for Inconsequentiality and Request for Deferral of Determination Regarding Certain GMT900 Vehicles Equipped with Takata “SPI YP” and “PSPI-L YD” Passenger Inflators – Exhibit A (PDF 1 MB)

September 30

Second Amendment to Coordinated Remedy Order (PDF 2.9 MB)

September 23

Takata's Report of Internal Investigation (PDF 3.1 MB)

Takata (Fraunhofer ICT) Research Summary (PDF 1.6 MB)

Exponent Research Summary (PDF 766 KB)

Orbital ATK Research Summary (PDF 2.3 MB)

May 4

Amendment to November 3, 2015 Consent Order (PDF 492 KB)

Expert Report of Harold R. Blomquist, Ph.D. (PDF 106 KB)

Fact Sheet: May 2016 Takata Recall Expansion (PDF 113 KB)

Fact Sheet: NHTSA Actions to Accelerate the Takata Remedy (PDF 123 KB)

Fact Sheet: Takata Recall History and Key Terms (PDF 106 KB)

March 15

First Amendment to the Coordinated Remedy Order (PDF 245 KB)

January 20

Takata PSAN Phase-Out Certification (PDF 128 KB)

2015

November 3

Fact Sheet on Takata Consent Order (PDF 211 KB)

Fact Sheet on NHTSA Coordinated Remedy (PDF 235 KB)

Consent Order to Takata (PDF 1.1 MB)

Takata Coordinated Remedy Order (PDF 978 KB)

Coordinated Remedy Priority Group (PDF 160 KB)

May 25

Takata Preservation Order (PDF 494 KB)

Takata Preservation Order Protocols (PDF 60 KB)

May 18

Consent Order to Takata (PDF 12.8 MB)