A man yells "Takata!!" as his airbag explodes in a dangerous manner.

Where can I take my Takata airbag for recall in Salisbury, MD?

Recalled Takata Airbag Replacement

Due to a certain penchant for exploding and hurling dangerous shrapnel around, a recall has been issued for Takata airbags. Nissan, along with 13 other automakers, utilized these now-dangerous airbags in several of their new vehicles in the first decade of the current millennium. If you’re one of the “lucky” few with a Takata airbag in their ride, you may be wondering: where can I get my recalled Takata airbag replaced in Salisbury, MD?


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As an authorized Nissan service center, we here at Pohanka Nissan would be happy to replace the Takata airbag in your vehicle. With many different Pohanka branches all specializing in different automotive brands, we can likely perform the recall on your vehicle even if it’s not a Nissan. Check here for a look at all the Pohanka of Salisbury dealerships and service centers.

When will the recalled Takata airbags be replaced?

Dealers aim to start replacing the airbags around February 10th.

Does getting a recalled Takata airbag replaced cost anything?

Nope! The airbags will be replaced at no cost to the owners.

Which vehicles does the Takata airbag recall apply to?

Many different brands and models use these airbags. Each automaker has issued their own recalls for their models that are affected by this defect. Nissan issued a recall in early 2020 for 346,000 vehicles worldwide. Most of them are located in North America.

Nissan models with recalled Takata airbags include certain:

  • 2001 through 2003 Maxima models
  • 2002 through 2006 Sentra models
  • 2002 through 2004 Pathfinder models
  • 2007 through 2011 Versa models

Additionally, they have recalled:

  • 2001 through 2004 Infiniti I30 and I35 models
  • 2002 through 2003 QX4 models
  • 2003 through 2008 FX 35 and FX 45 models
  • 2006 through 2010 M35 and M45 models

If your Nissan has been recalled, you should have been notified in some way. If you’re unsure, check for any recalls on your ride using our handy tool.

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