A new safety issue involving Takata airbags has forced Ford Motor Company to recall thousands of cars in North America.

The major car manufacturer issued a safety compliance recall for about 32,000 vehicles Thursday, according to a press release from the company. Select models of the 2016-17 Ford Edge, the 2017 Lincoln Continental and the 2016-17 Lincoln MKX were recalled due to issues with the cars’ driver’s side airbags provided by Takata. The company notified Ford that some of the cars’ airbags did not inflate properly due to misaligned airbag components.

The airbags in question were said to not fully inflate or the airbag cushion could detach entirely from the “airbag module.” Thus far, the company has reported no record of injuries or accidents incurred due to the faulty airbags.

Ford issued the safety recall on the following models:

-2017 Lincoln Continental cars built at Flat Rock Assembly Plant, Jan. 13, 2016, to Jan. 18, 2017.

-2016-17 Ford Edge cars built at Oakville Assembly Plant, Oct. 8, 2015, to Feb. 15, 2017.

-2016-17 Lincoln MKX vehicles built at Oakville Assembly Plant, Nov. 11, 2014, to Feb. 15, 2017.

Fortunately, for customers that purchased any of the mentioned cars, Ford dealers will replace the driver’s front airbag free of cost.

This new Takata airbag issue was said to have not been related in any way to the company’s previous airbag recall, which previously issued safety recalls for “Takata’s non-desiccated ammonium nitrate inflators.” The bags were reported for potential ruptures in the event of a crash, which could have ruptured and sprayed shrapnel.

Ford had yet to announce a timetable for the recall. For has 31,867 cars in North America, 27,531 of which are in the U.S. and territories. The reference number for the recall is 17C02.