Chrysler Recalls 300,000 Minivans Due to Airbag Hazard
Chrysler is recalling 300,000 of its minivans because of a problem where condensation from the air conditioning system can leak onto the electronic chip that triggers the airbag to deploy.
The 2008 models of the Chrysler Town and Country, Chrysler Voyager, and Dodge Grand Caravan are included in the recall, and according to Reuters, recall letters will go out to affected car owners next month.
This is the second recall for this problem; last November, the minivans were recalled so the company could replace a drain tube in the hopes of preventing condensation that could affect the airbag system.
Other recent recalls that affect parents include:
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