| Originally posted by PMB@Apr 1 2005, 04:10 AM |
Just as a thought, is it possible to de-activate the airbag system altogether? Airbags are one of those things forced upon us that really are not necessary if you wear a seatbelt.
Where EXACTLY do you get your facts about this? Airbags are really not necessary if you wear a seatbelt? Where is the April Fools punch line?
Also, deactivating all of the airbags would render the side impact airbags usless. A seatbelt will do NOTHING to keep your head or pelvis from becoming mush it you are T-boned. All most all cars with 5 star side impact ratings only get it with side impact airbags.
Sorry to get off track and I don't want to start a flame war BUT....it is my strong opinion that advising someone to deactivate their airbags in order to circumvent an electrical problem is reckless.
In response to the main post...
Take your car in and have them fix it again. Their really isn't much else you can do except to check into your local lemon laws (in the US) in case the problem keeps coming back.
Good luck with your car!