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CODA Recalling 117 2012-MY Electric Vehicles

June 10, 2013

CODA Automotive is recalling 117 2012 model-year CODA electric vehicles because the side curtain airbags may not deploy properly during a crash.

The airbags may have been improperly rolled during production, the National Highway Safety Administration reported. This recall supersedes a previous recall conducted by CODA.

All affected vehicle owners, including those involved in the previous recall campaign, will be notified and instructed to go to CODA dealers to have both side curtain airbags replaced free of charge.

The safety recall is expected to begin this week. Owners can contact their dealer for more information. 

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