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I need replace the air bags

Watt hapening if i just reolace the aiar bags? i nedd check some sensors before?

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Disconnect Battery and WAIT For 40 Miniutes
Then Proceed with Replacment of AirBags.
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Yes you need to do that! or else the will be trouble codes still in the system. use a scan tool to erase the memory once you install the new airbag kit.

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