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US Expands Investigation Into Air Bag Malfunctions After Deaths

Newsy Tuesday, 23 April 2019 ()
US Expands Investigation Into Air Bag Malfunctions After DeathsWatch VideoThe U.S. is expanding its ongoing investigation into malfunctions in air bag controls after reports of at least five deaths and several injuries in crashes where air bags did not inflate. 

The Office of Defects Investigation will look into parts installed in some 12.3 million vehicles built between 2010 and 2019....
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A malfunction in the air bag control unit can cause the air bag to not be deployed during crashes.

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