Question about 1997 Nissan Pickup
I have the same problem right now. a friend of mine said to find out how to deal with the airbag first. he said that something is probably loose inside of there. there are precautions when removing the airbag since it can kill you. anyways, this is what i found while looking around. havent tried it yet, but i hope it helps. im a little tired of being flipped off every so often, lol.
If you are not really mechanical I would be hesitant since the horn button is embedded in the airbag cover. But, I take no liability here.
Disconnect the battery first.
Then take out the airbag fuse.
Then, under the dash on the driver's side unplug the yellow connector to the airbag.
Then, remove the covers on the back of the steering wheel and the two bolts that cover it.
Do not get on the operating end of the airbag when you remove it and hold it away from you and anyone else in the area.
Now, set it down, face up and you can get to what you need.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
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