insert ignition key into passenger airbag slot on the front dash and turn to off
To remove the passenger side airbag on a 2003 Blazer, look inside the glove box for the bolts that must be undone, take these bolts out. You will also have to disconnect the vehicle's battery, and disconnect the wiring that goes to the airbag from underneath the dashboard. You will have to remove the front speaker and use a socket to remove the one screw that you see. The other screw can be found by removing the dashboard.
Yes , the owners manual shows that it has an airbag for the right front passenger in the dash
You need to disable the passenger side airbag.
No, it's not in the seat, it's in the dashboard in front of the passenger.
A passenger air bag can be dangerous for a kid in a child seat. The cut off switch allows the airbag to be temporarily disconnected for the safety of a child passenger.
The Ford focus does not come equipped with a passenger airbag on off switch. The airbag will not engage unless certain weight requirements are met.
push in sides oh glove box to allow glove box to drop. once dropped, remove 3 screws attached to front of airbag module. one screws removed, take off lower dash to locate passenger airbag wire harness. it is located next to the central lighter. Disconnect yellow passenger airbag. Pry off top of platic airbag cover, may take a little force. Once plastic is taken off and airbag is d-connected, Airbag should lift straight up and out. dont give up its a beyotch.
Driver's airbag module - on steering wheel. Passenger airbag module - dashboard, right side. Airbag control module - under center console in front of the gear shifter. Please remove the battery connections and wait AT LEAST 30 minutes before touching anything.
Disable the passenger-size airbag. If there is no way to disable the passenger airbag, the only safe thing is to belt them in the back seat -- which is safer, and required by law in most states anyway.
To protect driver and/or passenger from going through windshield in the event of a front end crash
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