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Later in a response to Wadani's complaint, the car dealer said in a statement, "During the deployment, the gas blowing up the airbag is nitrogen and steam.
In fact, airbags are so important that you probably wouldn't buy another car without them.
People should never buy an airbag off an auction site or from someone in a pub otherwise they could find it doesn't work when they need it to.
The airbag ECU, positioned to the right of the module , analyzes signals from the crash sensors to determine whether or not to inflate the airbag.
FISH IN CHIPS In 1999, only a few years after Rittmueller waded into the creative tumult at MIT with his quest for an airbag controller, Honda began rolling out models equipped with side airbags controlled by the electric field imaging systems.
The sensors are also designed to distinguish between various inputs such as a hard landing, severe in-flight turbulence and bumping the seat without setting off the airbag.
The car could be involved in an accident when a larger child or adult is a front-seat passenger which could put them at risk if the airbag has been disconnected.
People who smoke pipes while driving a car with a seatbelt could never have experienced an airbag inflating.
In 1981 the driver airbag was offered for the first time as an optional extra on the Mercedes-Benz S-class.
But in laboratory tests GM discovered that the side airbags of rival car-makers slammed into a child test-dummy with so much force that they would have caused serious internal injuries.
With each airbag fetching more than pounds 1,000 on the black market, crooks see it as more lucrative than stealing car stereos.
The company attributed the growth largely to the increase in sales of the airbag initiators it manufactures.