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We wrecked our 2005 town and country on the front end, but did not deploy the airbags. In making body repairs, we disconnected the airbag sensor after disconnecting the battery cable. We have made repairs and are ready to reconnect the battery cable. Is there any danger of the airbag deploying since we relocated the sensor to the new bumper? Thank you.

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