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1999 plymouth voyager se 3.3 dashboard over the passenger side air bag is soft/sunk in. no accident. no airbag deployment. what happened? is it dangerous to drive uncorrected?

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  • mikesmiley Oct 06, 2010

    can I disable the airbag so it won't deploy at all?


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Apparently the airbag has caved in because the back panel has failed. If you choose to keep it that way if you will have an accident the passenger airbag will deploy incorrectly and no do its job.
So no, it's not actually dangerous to drive this way, but yes, you should fix it, it's a safety issue.

Posted on Oct 06, 2010

  • Azrael SRL Oct 06, 2010

    Yes, of course: for that all you need to do is to take out the 2 firing wires from the airbag, join and insulate them to prevent fault sensing .


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