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Air bags, side air bags and battery terminal

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by tango down, May 23, 2012.

  1. tango down

    tango down [OP] Policy Ninja

    Oct 17, 2011
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    peoples republik of IL
    12 Taco DCSB TRD Off Road
    LED interior, rail mounted ammo cans
    This may be a simple answer to a n00b question, but....

    if I disconnect the negative battery terminal before putting in speakers and amps and whatnot, will that prevent the side air bags from blowing up in my face?

    I hope so, :eek:

    The side airbags have me pretty nervous....I feel like I could set them off if I go poking around behind the interior panels looking to run wires and stuff.

    Thanks for any help and hazing :cool:
  2. sun

    sun Well-Known Member

    May 5, 2011
    2011 PreRunner
    Pioneer avic-z130bt with axxess aswc and rear cam mod, audiovox 10 flip down monitor, Pyle pl76d headrest monitors, kicker cvr tens wired down to one ohm with hifonics Brutus 1200.1, Clazzio seat covers, 20% tint on front windows, polished factory exhaust, peragon retractable bed cover, pop n lock tailgate handle with dei actuators for automatic lock, viper 5901 alarm remote start with viper smart start, hid bixenon 4500k headlights with 4500k fog lights, led map license plate lights and dome lights
    Yea u b good lol as long as u don't splice into airbag wires or unplugg them while abttery hooked up no probs no air bag lights etc etc
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