Mercedes has issued a recall for over 126,000 U.S. vehicles to fix an issue with the air bags that can cause them to inflate without a crash. The recall includes the 2008 and 2009 C-300, C-350, and C-63 models, as well as the 2010 GLK-350 4-Matic. Mercedes says the air bag control unit could potentially corrode and malfunction due to a manufacturing error, which could cause the air bags to deploy without warning. The company reported three unintended deployments in the U.S. and three in other countries. It was unclear if anyone was hurt.
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