Ford Recalls Almost Two Million Vehicles Over Faulty Takata Air Bags
Ford is recalling almost two million vehicles.
It’s because of the faulty Takata air bags in the front passenger seat.
There are a number of different models affected, including both cars and trucks.
This is part of the ongoing Takata recall, the largest recall in United States history.
The air bags can inflate with too much force and spew shrapnel into the seats.
The bags have caused at least 11 deaths so far around the world, but Ford says none of the deaths or injuries are from their cars and trucks.
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