Mazda will recall 42,000 of their popular Mazda3 sedans because of a faulty airbag sensor housing. In some vehicles the housing can crack, allowing water to leak in and short circuit the sensor. This should turn on the air bag warning light (telling folks there's something wrong with your airbag, like a busted sensor) and the bag might not deploy. The recall effects the 2004 model year and Mazda will notify customers of the defect soon.
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