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Seat Belts And SRS Airbag Modules. Common 4 Myths

Posted by Jason Miller on

Seat Belts And SRS Airbag Modules. Common 4 Myths Seat belts have saved lives of many. However, there are some opposers, who claim that seat belts prevent quick vehilce leaving in case of accident. Meet myth #1. Though, old seat belts could really prevent leaving the vehicle, modern-day seat belts can be released in one click. Myth #2. Don't buckle if you drive slowly. During the frontal collision crush-test, when the vehicles moves with the speed 30 MPH, the average human weight grows up to approximately 10,000 lbs. Unbuckled driver breaks the windshield by head, and eventually chances of death...

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SRS Airbag Light On. How Do I Reset It?

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"IT is good to see airbag lights up" -- said no one. Perhaps, if you are reading this article you were likely to have that problem. So what do I do with it?Definitely, airbag light can't be on with no reason. It is the sign that something's malfunctioning. There can be minor codes like wire or communication issues. You can fix this, by addressing the fault. On-board diagnostics (OBD) scan tool can help you to have not realated to the crash soft codes to be erased. However, there can be cases, when your vehicle was in crash, which eventually resulted...

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Dog Chewed Seat Belt Webbing?

Posted by Artem Martynyuk on

This is actually seat belt webbing that keeps you on the place during an accident. It plays great role in keeping you away from traumas. It could look very sweet when your dog chews the seat belt. But that is not something from not-a-big-deal category. Unfortunately, that could have put you in danger. Besides, there is no something like webbing damage light to display webbing malfunction. And there is no indicator "dog-chewed-seat-belt". Adding more to it -- you can't have successfully passed safety inspection having damaged webbing. And the most important reason that can cost you a life or your...

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How to Fix Locked Seat Belts After Accident

Posted by Artem Martynyuk on

If you are stuck with locked seat belts that cost an arm and a leg to buy new from the dealer, you are not alone! Thousands of individuals worldwide own cars that have been in some sort of collision or crash (major or minor) which resulted in the seat belts being locked. So now looking how to fix locked seat belts after accident is the only answer needed. Seat belts are designed to lock during an accident to prevent the occupant from any airbag injuries. The fault within this design is that the seat belt will no longer work after this. Why? Well each...

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How to fix a Seat Belt

Posted by Artem Martynyuk on

If you are faced with a question on how to fix a seat belt, you have come to the right place. Whether you have a new or an old car that has been involved in an accident or a crash, your seat belts are bad. Some of the symptoms indicating a bad seat belt include the seat belt not retracting, the seat belt being stuck, the seat belt making rattling noise, the seat belts being slow at retracting or you're simply getting an airbag light for your seat belt retractor, tensioner or buckle. If your airbag system is generating a...

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