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And if it is a vent then why do people report needing to also crack a window to get the slider to close properly?
i feel differently....
i want my vehicle to protect itself as well as me! its a huge investment that insc wont go fully good for!
i have never never been in any vehicle that deployed an airbag let alone a cucoon of airbags! must have nocked out the passengers...lol
i wish the side curtains were optional....
id feel better.
also the destruction from accidents really show how thin the vehicle is!
better not lean on it or it will dent......
rember, im looking at my transit as a part time home! with my conversion it will be my main investment that i will need to keep sound.
thats how im looking at it. its a nightmae to get in a tiny accident just to have the insc company total it out and then what ? wait another 4 months to get the replacemet and rebuild it all over again?
not my idea of secure feeling....
because i needed the headliner and plastics, i chose the wagon.....
in the bemm the airbag trigger sensor is right under the sliding door on that side...under the floor
the drivers side has 3 along the window line inside.
i wonder if you turn off passenger airbag.... with that key switch.... will that stop side curtains? or just dash side ab:
great question to know!!!
what exactly will the ab switch deactivate? how many ab?
please let us know!
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