MBUSA is Recalling Certain Vehicles Due to Improperly Installed Pillar Covers

NHTSA Campaign Number: 19V584000
Manufacturer Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC.
Components STRUCTURE
Potential Number of Units Affected 1
Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC. (MBUSA) is recalling a 2019 S450 vehicle. The A, B, and C pillar covers may have been improperly installed, possibly affecting the deployment of the side curtain air bags and allowing the covers to detach in the event of a crash.
MBUSA will notify the owner, and a dealer will inspect the pillar covers, reinstalling them as necessary, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin October 8, 2019. Owners may contact MBUSA customer service at 1-800-367-6372.
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