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Damaged air sacs, Pull Hyundai Elantra.

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Massive recall happening again, now hit the car manufacturer Hyundai. Korean car manufacturer was forced to withdraw as many as 188,000 units produced in the 2007-2009 Elantra in the United States.
Withdrawal occurs because the air bag or embedded in the dashboard airbags that inflate with his own car because of damage to the sensor.
As quoted by USA Today, Saturday (03/19/2011) Hyundai has announced the problem to consumers and users in the U.S. Hyundai cars involved are expected to visit the Hyundai dealership, car dealership and then make improvements.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said air bag that inflates itself increases the risk of injury to passengers, especially children passengers.
In addition, Hyundai also forced to recall as many as 100,000 units 2008. The withdrawal followed the discovery of problems with airbags in the driver’s side.
Airbag electrical system is damaged, so the case of an air bag inflates itself also occurs in the driver’s side airbag. Hyundai-party claims will make improvements in the months ahead.
In 2008 Hyundai Elantra also been doing a massive recall in the U.S.. Recall done since the discovery of a problem in the airbag electrical system.


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