Ford Ranger Should Get Faulty Part Replaced Faster Now

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While it was already revealed that the Takata airbags fitted in the 2006 Ford Ranger is faulty, Ford still has not replaced some of the Ranger but this new incentive should give dealers more reason to get more Ford Ranger in for the fix.

According to Ford, about 75% of the recalled Ford Ranger has had their airbags replaced but they want to continue pushing for their dealers and customers to bring in the rest of the Ford Ranger. To encourage their dealers, Ford announces that their retailers can now earn about $1000 for each Ranger they manage to locate and fix.

They added that they want to get the vehicles fixed as fast as they can as they don’t want their customers driving around with the faulty airbag that might cause more damage to the driver in the event of an accident.

If you own a 2006 Ford Ranger and have not replaced the airbags, do not wait any longer.