Airbag issue sees Iveco Daily recalled

Airbag issue sees Iveco Daily recalled

A recall of a total of 363 Iveco Daily vehicles sold in Australia has been initiated after it was found a problem with the air conditioning system could affect the operation of the airbags.

Airbag issue sees Iveco Daily recalledAffecting Iveco Daily Van MY14 Daily 4×2 (35S & 50C) and Cab Chassis MY14 Daily 4×2 (50C & 70C), the recall is being overseen by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).

The ACCC recall notice advising that moisture may enter the airbag module because of a misalignment of the air conditioning system drain tube.

Moisture in the air bag module may cause the airbags/s to deploy unexpectedly, potentially causing an accident or injuring passengers.

The affected Iveco Daily vehicles were sold between the 1st of June 2013 and the 7th of June 2015.

The ACCC advises that affected owners have been contacted by Iveco, however those owners who have not had the issue rectified will again be contacted by Iveco.

More info is available from Iveco Australia on 1800 4 iveco.

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