DETROIT – The parade of suspect restraint systems continues to wend its way through the offices of defects investigators at the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. The latest auto maker to feel the heat is BMW AG, in response to 24 alleged cases of inadvertent air bag deployment. The vehicles in question: ’00-’01 3-Series. "Specifically, the complainants report that the side-impact air bags (thorax and curtain) deploy while driving over rough roads, potholes, curbs or with a flat ...
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