A recall was announced by Pontiac due to the finding that passenger air bags may have issues and not deploy properly. The electronics which control the air bags may not be functioning, resulting in potential injury for the passenger. The recalled car was manufactured from November 2007 to January 2009. The vehicles have a dual-stage front air bags with a 30 millisecond delay before they deploy. Crash test dummies have revealed that the air bags are not safe. The air bags may increase the risk of head injuries. According to news reports, the recalled Pontiac vehicles will be fixed and front air-bag sensors repaired free of charge. Consumers may contact Pontiac for further details.
As a car accident lawyer, I hope that nobody is adversely affected by this product. If you or a loved one were hurt by a defective product, discuss your case with a Lewistown personal injury lawyer who can evaluate your claim, assess your case, help defend your rights, and answer any legal questions you have concerning your case.Tweet