Mazda is Recalling Certain 2006 B-Series Vehicles Due to Passenger Frontal Air Bag Inflator May Explode

NHTSA Campaign Number: 18V039000
Manufacturer Mazda North American Operations
Components AIR BAGS
Potential Number of Units Affected 160
Mazda North America Operations (Mazda) is recalling certain 2006 B-Series vehicles. Upon deployment of the passenger side frontal air bag, excessive internal pressure may cause the inflator to explode.
Mazda will notify owners instructing them not to drive their vehicles. Dealers will replace the passenger's frontal air bag inflator with an alternate inflator, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin January 19, 2018. Owners may contact Mazda customer service at 1-800-222-5500. Mazda's number for this recall is 2318A.
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