Volkswagen recalls 143k Atlas SUVs for air bag glitch.

Volkswagen has recently announced a recall of 143,000 Atlas SUVs due to an air bag glitch. The recall affects Atlas SUVs from the 2018 through 2020 model years, and the issue is related to the air bag control module.

According to Volkswagen, the air bag control module in the affected vehicles may not have been properly secured to the vehicle’s frame. This could cause the air bags to deploy incorrectly in the event of a crash, increasing the risk of injury to the driver and passengers.


Volkswagen has stated that it is not aware of any accidents or injuries related to the air bag glitch, but it is still important for owners of affected vehicles to have the issue addressed as soon as possible.

Owners of affected Atlas SUVs will be notified by Volkswagen and instructed to bring their vehicles to a dealership for a free repair. The repair will involve inspecting the air bag control module and securing it to the vehicle’s frame if necessary.

This is not the first time that Volkswagen has had to issue a recall for air bag issues. In 2015, the company was forced to recall millions of vehicles worldwide due to faulty air bags made by Japanese supplier Takata.

While recalls can be a hassle for car owners, they are an important part of ensuring the safety of vehicles on the road. If you own an affected Atlas SUV, be sure to follow Volkswagen’s instructions and have the issue addressed as soon as possible. Your safety and the safety of your passengers is too important to ignore.

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