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    Worse than that. Itís illegal to even disable the shotgun pointed at your face.
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    my neighbours called the cops...... not because of the sound of me working in the garage was too loud, but because i taped a cardboard box to my back, covered my self in vaseline and pretended i was a snail on their lawn

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    Does this include side and curtain bags as well ?

    Had to laugh listening to MMM and the outrage about vehicle manufactures replacing old dodgy bags with new dodgy bags !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles View Post
    Does this include side and curtain bags as well ?

    Had to laugh listening to MMM and the outrage about vehicle manufactures replacing old dodgy bags with new dodgy bags !!
    Removing or disabling any airbag is illegal.
    I'm guessing you're refering to the armored vehicles you used to build? My understanding is they fall under different rules as they are a specialised vehicle not available to the general public. And considering how some are armored removing the airbags is the least of your issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irsa76 View Post
    Removing or disabling any airbag is illegal.
    I'm guessing you're refering to the armored vehicles you used to build? My understanding is they fall under different rules as they are a specialised vehicle not available to the general public. And considering how some are armored removing the airbags is the least of your issues.
    My question has nothing to do with armoured cars.

    Are side/curtains affected by the recall or is it just the steering wheel bag ?

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    Ah, I thought you were referring to Jim's post.
    Haven't seen any mention of side/curtain/knee bags.

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    Takata airbag recalls list
    Make & model Year Range PRA No.
    BMW 3 Series E46 ALPHA 12/2001 - 03/2003 2013/13576
    BMW 3 Series E46 9/1999 - 8/2006 2013/13576
    BMW 5 Series E39, 3 Series E46, X5 E53 2002-2005 2016/15581
    BMW 5 series E39, 3 Series E46, X5 E53 2000-2004 2017/15881
    BMW E70 X5, E71 X6 2007-2012 2017/16230
    BMW E70 X5, E71 X6 2007-2012 2017/16298
    BMW E70 X5 & E71 X6 2013 2018/16566
    Chrysler 300(LE/LX) 2005-2012 2016/15516
    Chrysler 300, 300C 2005-2010 2015/14742
    Chrysler 300, 300C 2013 2018/16617
    Dodge RAM 2006-2014 2015/14924
    Ferrari 458, California, FF 2008-2011 2016/15430
    Ford Mustang 2006-2014 2015/14924
    Honda Accord, CR-V ALPHA 2001-2002 2009/10969
    Honda Civic ALPHA 2001 2010/11785
    Honda Accord ALPHA 2001-2002 2011/12633
    Honda Civic, Accord, Accord Euro, CR-V, Jazz, MDX ALPHA 2001-2003 2013/13549
    Honda Jazz ALPHA 2004 2014/14438
    Honda Accord Euro, Civic Hybrid, CR-V, Civic, Jazz 2003-2004 2014/14498
    Honda Accord Euro, CR-V, Civic, Jazz, City 2002-2009 2015/14703
    Honda Jazz, CR-V 2005-2007 2015/14702
    Honda MDX, Accord 2001-2007 2015/14737
    Honda City, CR-V, Insight, Jazz, Jazz Hybrid 2006-2012 2015/14819
    Honda City, CR-V, Insight, Jazz, Jazz Hybrid 2011-2014 2016/15197
    Honda Civic, Legend, Jazz Hybrid 2006-2012 2016/15198
    Honda Accord Euro, City, CR-V, Jazz, Insight 2007-2011 2016/15496
    Honda Legend, Odyssey, Accord, MDX 2003-2011 2016/15495
    Honda Civic, Accord 2006-2011 2016/15494
    Honda Accord Euro, City, Jazz & Insight 2012 2017/15856
    Honda Legend 2012 2017/15857
    Honda Accord 2012 2017/15859
    Honda Civic 2001 2017/15860
    Honda Jazz, Jazz Hybrid, Insight and Accord Euro 2013 2018/16523
    Jeep Wrangler JK 2007-2012 2016/15516
    Jeep Wrangler 2013 2018/16617
    Lexus SC430 2000-2003 2013/13545
    Lexus IS 250, IS 250C, 350, IS F 2005-2011 2016/15425
    Lexus IS 250, IS 350, IS 250C, IS-F, LFA 2011-2012 2017/15846
    Lexus IS250, IS250C, IS350 & IS-F 2013 2018/16536
    Mazda2 (DE) 2010 2016/15522
    Mazda2 2007-2015 2016/15521
    Mazda RX-8 2008-2012 2016/15521
    Mazda6, BT-50 2005-2011 2015/14761
    Mazda6, RX-8 ALPHA 2002-2007 2015/14761
    Mazda B2500 & B2600 2002-2011 2015/14760
    Mazda6, CX-7 & CX-9 2006-2012 2017/16232
    Mitsubishi GA & GB i-MiEV 2010-2011 2017/15990
    Mitsubishi Lancer 2003-2008 2015/14936
    Mitsubishi ML & MN Triton 2007-2014 2016/15523
    Mitsubishi Pajero NS, NT, NW, NX 2007-2016 2016/15617
    Mitsubishi Pajero NS & NT 2006-2009 2017/15991
    Mitsubishi Pajero NT & NW 2010-2012 2017/16025
    Mitsubishi Pajero NW & NX 2013-2017 2017/16465
    Nissan N16 Pulsar, Y61 Patrol 2001 2010/11761
    Nissan N16 Pulsar, Y61 Patrol 2001 2017/15940
    Nissan N16 Pulsar, Y61 Patrol, D22 Navara, T30 X-Trail ALPHA 2000-2004 2013/13542
    Nissan N16 Pulsar, D22 Navara, Y61 Patrol, T30 X-Trail, A33 maxima ALPHA 2000-2003 2014/14182
    Nissan N16 Pulsar, D22 Navara, Y61 Patrol, T30 X-Trail, J31 maxima 2003 2015/14751
    Nissan N16 Pulsar, D22 Navara, Y61 Patrol, T30 X-Trail, J31 maxima 2004-2007 2015/14752
    Nissan D22 Navara, T30 X-Trail, J31 Maxima, Y61 Patrol 2007-2008 2015/14821
    Nissan D22 Navara, Y61 Patrol 2009-2012 2016/15769
    Nissan D40 Navara 2008-2014 2016/15228
    Nissan D40 Navara 2006-2015 2017/16363
    Nissan Tiida 2006-2012 2016/15383
    Nissan C11 Tiida 2006-2012 2017/16363
    Peformax Silverado, Sierra, Mustang 2007-2008 2015/14789
    Subaru Impreza 2004-2007 2015/14715
    Subaru Tribeca, Liberty, Outback 2004-2013 2016/15507
    Subaru Impreza, Forester 2008-2013 2016/15766
    Subaru Exiga 2010-2014 2017/16012
    Subaru Liberty & Outback 2010-2014 2017/16013
    Toyota Corolla, Avensis Verso, Lexus SC430 ALPHA 2000-2004 2013/13544
    Toyota Echo, Rav 4 ALPHA 2002-2003 2014/14456
    Toyota Echo, Rav 4 2003-2005 2015/14700
    Toyota Corolla, Avensis Verso, Yaris 2003-2007 2015/14701
    Toyota Avensis Verso, Yaris 2007-2008 2015/14794
    Toyota Corolla, Yaris, Avensis Verso 2006-2011 2016/15709
    Toyota Corolla 2003-2005 2017/15950
    Toyota Corolla, Yaris & Rukus 2010-2012 2017/16010
    Toyota Echo, Rav 4 2002-2003 2017/16014
    MOTORCYCLES
    American Honda Motor GL1800 2016/15440
    Honda GL1800 Goldwing 2012-2015 2017/15906
    Honda GL1800 Goldwing 2012-2015 2017/16006
    Drivers are strongly urged to check whether their motor vehicle has been recalled to replace faulty Takata airbags. These recalls affect a large number of car makes and models and a small number of motorcycles.

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    A bit more reading into it shows itís a knee jerk reaction by gov on any takata air bags not just the Alpha series.
    Turns out, far too much has been written about great men and not nearly enough about morons


    Quote Originally Posted by seedyrom
    my neighbours called the cops...... not because of the sound of me working in the garage was too loud, but because i taped a cardboard box to my back, covered my self in vaseline and pretended i was a snail on their lawn

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    Chrysler are inspecting them only.

    Did the 300 late last year

    Me " You just go in there and add some rattles, heres the key"
    Dealership "Nah, we just look to see if they show signs of water damage"

    Bit disappointing in some manufacturers giving no fuck and the gymbyment having to step in. This doesn't hold well for their argument about banning parallel imports.

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    A bit (lot) of an overaction by the gumbymint, there's only been one person killed as a result of a faulty airbag. Probably more/different killdeathy stuff that they should be enraged about rather than these.

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    The explosive charge absorbs moisture with age and becomes more potent. The primary product for recall is the takata Alpha series from the late 90s. Thatís the one in Hondaís and stuff that have been killing people. The non alpha air bags are theorised that they too will degrade in time so are changed as a precautionary measure, not because thereís been any instances from them (as yet).
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    Quote Originally Posted by seedyrom
    my neighbours called the cops...... not because of the sound of me working in the garage was too loud, but because i taped a cardboard box to my back, covered my self in vaseline and pretended i was a snail on their lawn

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    As far as I know, the only death we've had here from one, was due to the owner refusing to have it replaced.

    Gotta love how the media are dragging brands into it that don't have Takata airbags.
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    In short, some cunt at test and tune had a 250cc honda turning to 11ty and it sounded porn. Do that.

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    Both my 2005 Durango and the replacement 2008 Aspen were affected.

    On the Durango, initially it was just the driver's bag that needed replacing. When I first heard about it, I figured I'd better visit a Chrysler dealership to get the vehicle ownership records updated in Chrysler's own database. Pretty much nothing happened other than mail from Fiat-Chrysler to let me know that the passenger side airbag would also need replacing (driver and passenger airbag replacements are on two separate recalls), and they'd let me know when parts were available. It was a full year after I visited the local Chrysler dealer to start the ball rolling that I finally got a notice that they had the replacement air-bags for the Durango available to do the replacement. That was 3 months after nopics had written off the vehicle. Fortunately it was a glancing side blow, so the airbags didn't fire.

    The previous owner of the Aspen had already done the driver's bag recall, but I'm still waiting for notification that they have a passenger bag available to do that recall.

    There were a lot of shitty people in Canada. Toyota Canada told one woman not to drive her car until the recall had been done, and it was over a year before Toyota got parts to do the replacement in her car.
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    Yeah, I heard on the radio that people are being told not to drive their cars until the airbags are replaced here as well.
    There's also abit of confusion about what cars are effected, in my case my Challenger isn't listed as an effected model yet Tritons are. Not sure how the hell they figure that one out to be honest since they're the same basic vehicle.

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    Takata (air bag supplier) files for bankruptcy

    First I heard of this was when I was picking up my Golf yesterday from a service and they were discussing it. My car is a 2012 and it hasnít been flagged in their system for this recall. Yet... I say yet because amongst the list of cars affected it doesnít go into detail within some manufacturers including VW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by irsa76 View Post
    Yeah, I heard on the radio that people are being told not to drive their cars until the airbags are replaced here as well.
    There's also abit of confusion about what cars are effected, in my case my Challenger isn't listed as an effected model yet Tritons are. Not sure how the hell they figure that one out to be honest since they're the same basic vehicle.
    Over here, I can punch my VIN into the FCA recall web page, and it'll tell me what safety recalls are still to be done.

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    I'm less worried about driving the Aspen than the Durango because in the Aspen, I'm not staring down a loaded shotgun barrel while in the driver's seat.

    The passenger airbag, while still dangerous, is probably less hazardous than all the crap that nopics stacks on the top of the passenger side of the dash (directly on the airbag panel). She gets really shitty when I ask her to move it.
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    Arenít there a whole lot more models being added to the list shortly?
    given that Volkswagen may be affected, Iíd have to assume Audi is as well.

    Wonder if thereís any legal implications in selling a car that hasnít had the recall done? Or whether it can affect a roadworthy? (Not selling at the moment, but probably will be in about 12 months)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MickyD View Post
    Arenít there a whole lot more models being added to the list shortly?
    given that Volkswagen may be affected, Iíd have to assume Audi is as well.

    Wonder if thereís any legal implications in selling a car that hasnít had the recall done? Or whether it can affect a roadworthy? (Not selling at the moment, but probably will be in about 12 months)
    They are adding them as they age and rust/absorb water.

    The offending airbags were still being put into cars in 2016. It's absolute bullshit, i'm trying to get mine replaced sooner than it's schedule on the recall list which would mean they would recall it in a couple of years.

    The government hasn't over-reacted at all, they are just forcing the manufacturers to continue with the plans they agreed to already and add the following years cars (2013 or 2014) to the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesB View Post
    Over here, I can punch my VIN into the FCA recall web page, and it'll tell me what safety recalls are still to be done.

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    I'm less worried about driving the Aspen than the Durango because in the Aspen, I'm not staring down a loaded shotgun barrel while in the driver's seat.

    The passenger airbag, while still dangerous, is probably less hazardous than all the crap that nopics stacks on the top of the passenger side of the dash (directly on the airbag panel). She gets really shitty when I ask her to move it.
    Yeah, I can check outstanding recalls on mine, have done and there are none. KH Challengers aren't listed at all as being effected, which like I said is odd considering they share the same components as the Triton which is. I'll be giving Mitsubishi a call to chase it up because I'm not convinced. CBF taking the airbags out to check, nopics' would have a fit.

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    Fucking govco have really fucked dealers with this. Yesterday at work was a nightmare. From old mate a sking if his vs v6 needs one to the moron wanting it fixes now as it's dangerous. The bit they forgot is that it's euro Holdens, like astras and vectras. Fml. First I knew of it was watching sunrise make a hash of it at 630am. We have no info. No list of affected cars. No confirmation of a recall. It's a joke
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sloth View Post
    Fucking govco have really fucked dealers with this. Yesterday at work was a nightmare. From old mate a sking if his vs v6 needs one to the moron wanting it fixes now as it's dangerous. The bit they forgot is that it's euro Holdens, like astras and vectras. Fml. First I knew of it was watching sunrise make a hash of it at 630am. We have no info. No list of affected cars. No confirmation of a recall. It's a joke
    FCA has loaded the VINs of affected vehicles, why can't others? Every manufacturer has known since 2016 (when they discovered they were faulty) that this has been coming. Some just decided to drag their feet. Blame the manufacturer not the govco.

    FCA added 2013 (like they should) over a week ago:

    https://www.productsafety.gov.au/rec...ysler-300-300c
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    Quote Originally Posted by MartyHusseinXF View Post
    FCA has loaded the VINs of affected vehicles, why can't others? Every manufacturer has known since 2016 (when they discovered they were faulty) that this has been coming. Some just decided to drag their feet. Blame the manufacturer not the govco.

    FCA added 2013 (like they should) over a week ago:

    https://www.productsafety.gov.au/rec...ysler-300-300c
    Interesting little bit of info for Chrysler and Jeep owners.

    I grabbed a VIN from the Excel spreadsheet in the FCA Australia listing and plugged it into the FCA US Equipment Listing service, and it came up with a list of as delivered options.

    Then I plugged the VIN into Chrysler's Recall Service and that also appears to work for Australian delivered vehicles and came up with the recall information (although a few of the PDF links don't seem to function).
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesB View Post
    Interesting little bit of info for Chrysler and Jeep owners.

    I grabbed a VIN from the Excel spreadsheet in the FCA Australia listing and plugged it into the FCA US Equipment Listing service, and it came up with a list of as delivered options.

    Then I plugged the VIN into Chrysler's Recall Service and that also appears to work for Australian delivered vehicles and came up with the recall information (although a few of the PDF links don't seem to function).
    Yep FCA Build Sheet PDF + their recall checker is good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MartyHusseinXF View Post
    Yep FCA Build Sheet PDF + their recall checker is good.
    First thing I checked when I was looking for a replacement for my Durango.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Vegana. View Post
    As far as I know, the only death we've had here from one, was due to the owner refusing to have it replaced.

    Gotta love how the media are dragging brands into it that don't have Takata airbags.
    As much as the media are faggots itís a genuine issue . The oldest ones are a very serious risk, the oldest ones are also getting really hard to find now due to the age .

    The newer stuff isnít an immediate risk as itís not absorbed moisture and/potentially rusted.

    The best one I know is a manufacturer who has done the recall and since been told the new designer made it backwards and 30000 have been installed with the explosive charge facing the wrong way. Thatís also a serious issue.

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    Why has this become a big deal again? My passenger side front airbag was recalled in 2013 and the driver's airbag recall was put out a year ago (E46 BMW). BMW got my address from Queensland Transport I presume and sent me two letters long before all this shit blew up (again). No problem doing either prety much immediately.

    You can type your car serial number or VIN in their website and it gives status of both units (as well as the spreadsheets with every VIN). How hard can it be to deal with?

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    Someone died last year in Sydney: https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/ne...d45847a2abf91a

    I got a letter from Subaru last year but I haven't done anything about it yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    The explosive charge absorbs moisture with age and becomes more potent. The primary product for recall is the takata Alpha series from the late 90s. Thatís the one in Hondaís and stuff that have been killing people. The non alpha air bags are theorised that they too will degrade in time so are changed as a precautionary measure, not because thereís been any instances from them (as yet).
    Hmm, okay. This is suddenly relevant to my interests as nopics' 2013 Cruze is now on the list. Obviously I'll get it sorted out, however long that takes, but it doesn't sound like I should be having a panic just yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain_Slow View Post
    Hmm, okay. This is suddenly relevant to my interests as nopics' 2013 Cruze is now on the list. Obviously I'll get it sorted out, however long that takes, but it doesn't sound like I should be having a panic just yet?
    How humid is it there? Drive around with the air con on all the time or windows down etc?
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    Canberra isn't humid at all most of the time.

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    Is it only Driver and passenger airbags affected? not side curtain airbags??
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