Infiniti Q45 Recalled, Air Bags Could Fail to Deploy

According to several news outlets, multiple models of the Infiniti Q45 vehicles manufactured by Nissan are being recalled over a possible issue with the car’s air bags.

The official statement has been released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and it has demonstrated that about 5,700 units of the models 2003, 2004 and 2005 Infiniti Q45 sedans are equipped with an electrical wiring that could be disconnected if the driver or passenger attempt to adjust their seats.

This problem could lead to a probable malfunction of the vehicle’s air bag system, which could then result in the air bags failing to deploy in the event of a crash.

As an injury lawyer in Seattle I agree with the federal agency and hope all owners of the 2003 to 2005 Infiniti Q45 vehicles will contact the company at once to schedule a free inspection. The company has claimed that if necessary, a repair of the vehicle’s wiring system will be provided free of charge.

Don’t wait until you’re injured to respond to a recall, act fast and ensure the safety of your loved ones.

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