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really awful
Crashes / Fires:
2 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
4 / 0
Average Mileage:
59,500 miles

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2010 Dodge Caliber seat belts / air bags problems

seat belts / air bags problem

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2010 Dodge Caliber Owner Comments

problem #2

Jul 302016


  • 97,000 miles


Recall 2010 Dodge Caliber seat belt and airbag defects

- Columbia, MD, USA

problem #1

Jan 162012

Caliber 4-cyl

  • 22,000 miles
I was traveling at approximately 40 mph when I lost consciousness due to adverse reaction to a prescribed medication. Approached retro-style pickup truck stopped at red light & because of being unconscious didn't apply brakes to slow down & stop. Frontal crash into rear end of stopped vehicle. Airbags didn't deploy nor did seatbelt engage to prevent me from being thrust forward face first into steering wheel. Incurred significant damage to front teeth & neck/back strain. Was informed by Chrysler Corp. That airbag sensors are positioned too low for deployment. Also informed because I did not apply brakes this was cause for both seat belt not engaging to prevent forward thrust into steering wheel and deployment if airbags. Also was told seat belt & airbag will not engage their safety features because I didn't apply brakes creating an inertia effect which would have activated both safety mechanisms. This is disturbing @ many levels as: 1 how can airbag sensors be positioned so low they won't deploy upon impact with vehicles higher from ground than mine" 2 when unconscious brakes cannot be applied therefore engaging what are supposed to be safety features to prevent injury or death" this whole incident is very unsettling as I no longer feel safe driving this vehicle. These above mentioned failures of safety features not engaging at relatively higher speed impact into rear end of stopped vehicle is not acceptable & should be thoroughly investigated.

- Auburn, NH, USA

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