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Old 02-04-2012, 07:21 PM
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I don't know much about the airbag sensors, but I thought they were accelerometers, so if they were in one spot or a few inches or a foot over, it should operate the same basically assuming a dead head on collision. Obviously there could be a million situations in an accident that placement could mess with things, but anyway I do understand your concern for not messing with it. I was nervous enough just disconnecting it (I unhooked the batter first). Do you know, are they accelerometers? I am making a part that passes through the area of the radiator support where the harness is, there's not really another route I can take, and the harness doesn't have enough slack to push out of the way. Do you have any ideas of how I could make a harness extension?

Surely they make the harness connectors, but if I understand you correctly they don't sell them?
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