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Airbag Module Recall

Discussion in 'SRT10 and SRT10 Coupe Discussions' started by hlieber50, Feb 15, 2020.

  1. Raheel

    Raheel Enthusiast

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    I was able to buy it from Mopar Sales Direct website that I mentioned in my previous message. It's on its way. Should get to me by Tuesday.
     
  2. Raheel

    Raheel Enthusiast

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    Just to update everyone, I just received the order. While the invoice shows the part number as CBSZR068AA, the actual part itself has 68290974AA as its part number.

    I will call them tomorrow to figure out what's going on.
     
  3. Raheel

    Raheel Enthusiast

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    Got the answer from Chuck. It's one and the same. CBSZR068AA is a recall part number referring to the other (actual) part number.
     
  4. VIPERJAY1

    VIPERJAY1 Viper Owner

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    I haven't see the key question...what are the drawbacks if you don't do the recall? Just keep your Viper as it is. What's the risk and probability? Under what conditions?
     
  5. MoparMap

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    If this is the recall I think it is, then I thought the risk was random "unintentional airbag deployment". That being said, I don't think there has been a single case of it reported on a Viper. Granted there were way less Vipers made and was less miles driven and run time on them. I think it was something like 0.01% of Jeeps had reported the issue, and the Viper shared the same module with the Jeeps so it was recalled as well.
     

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