Consumer Alert: BMW Upgrades Takata Recall to “Do Not Drive” Warning, Targeting Older, Most Dangerous Air Bags | NHTSA
BMW has issued a “Do Not Drive” warning today for 90,000 vehicles built between 2000 and 2006 that are already under recall for a defective Takata air bag. Owners of these vehicles should park them immediately and contact BMW for more information.
BMW USA Issues Do Not Drive Order on E46, E39, and E53 Models for Takata Airbags Recall
Ripples from the original Takata airbag recall are still being felt, as BMW North America just issues a “Do Not Drive” order for older models fitted with such airbags. BMW wants 90,000 cars-2000-2006 E46 models (including M3), 2000-2003 E39 models (including M5), and 2000-2004 E53 X5s -to be taken off the road until their airbags can be replaced.
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