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Old 04-14-2010
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Air Bag

Is there a way to see if the airbags have been discharged? Or, is there a safe way to pull off the panel that covers the airbag on the passenger side? One of the previous owners of my ranger put that "tweed" stuff on a bunch on the interior panels and I want to take it off. I am just a little weary of pulling off the passenger side airbag cover. Thanks for your help

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you cant pull the actual trim panel off the airbag but you can pull the whole module out just disconnect the battery and wait 5 mins but be careful!!!
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Should be fun. Thanks
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