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Old 10-11-2012, 03:43 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by KC View Post
This one should be easy to answer tho after finding out what year car...

"Was your car ever in an accident needing a new airbag?"

If No - "Then you don't need a new airbag" - End

If Yes - "Did we perform the repairs?" - Continue

If No - "Then you need to take that up with the company that did the repairs/NHTSA" - End

If Yes - "Then you have no worries because it's a certified part." - End
If only it were that simple. People just love to argue, even when presented with irrefutable evidencen they will still argue that they deserve new parts for free, or that we should inspect their 10 year old car for free. The media has already made this to be a bigger problem than it is. The reality is it likely only affects cars that were haphazardly and cheaply rebuilt, likely a salvaged car rebuilt by some guy in an industrial park.
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