It is critical that your air bags perform when you need them, also that they do not discharge at the wrong time.
To save lives and minimize injury in the event of an accident, all newer cars include air bags. Air bag systems are complex and typically include: air bags, crash sensors, safety restraint system (SRS) module, and an air bag light. When an accident occurs, the air bags are designed to deploy and deflate in a second. The air bag, sensor, and module must be replaced following an air bag deployment.
While all newer vehicles have air bags, there are different types of air bag systems. The most common air bag systems are front air bags, side air bags, and multi-stage air bags. Front air bag systems typically feature a steering wheel air bag, a dash air bag, crash sensors, and air bag module. Side air bag systems have the front airbag system components, but include the added benefit of side air bags and more crash sensors.
It is important that you only trust a qualified professional to properly repair these systems. If you see the air bag light or have been involved in an accident, you need to bring it in and have the system checked.
Primary indication that your airbags needs to be serviced:
- Indicator / warning lights illuminate
- An auto accident may have compromised air bag effectiveness
Our expert technicians will perform the necessary repairs including:
- Air bag and module
- Air bag sensor
- Clock spring
- Crash sensor
- Seat belt
- Side air bag replacement
Whatever the type of air bag system, we have the knowledge and expertise to repair your airbag system. Contact us today to set an appointment.