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Side Airbag

One of the most common safety features in a vehicle is a side airbag. It is a large inflatable device that protects the head and torso inside crashes. .

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Knee Airbag

Automotive knee airbags are designed to protect drivers from injuries to the lower body. They are usually located on the driver's or passenger's side of the car.

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Front Airbags

Front airbags are designed to inflate in moderate to severe frontal crashes to prevent a person's head and chest from contacting hard structures...

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Airbag Control Module

The airbag electronic crash unit, or SRS airbag module, manages airbag deployment, stores collision information, and communicates with the vehicle's engine.

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How Airbags Are One of the Most Important Safety Innovations of Recent Decades

Several safety innovations developed over the last fifty years have saved lives and reduced the rate of car accidents. One safety innovation that has had a profound impact on automobile safety is the airbag. During a car accident, airbags offer protection from plastic, metal, and glass. That said, people often sustain serious injuries in car accidents even when the airbags deploy. If you have suffered injuries in a car accident, call our office today to speak with a California car accident lawyer as soon as you can.

Airbags are often hidden behind a steering wheel or passenger compartment, but they expand as soon as a traffic collision occurs. Since 1999, all passenger vehicles have had airbags installed to protect drivers and passengers. Although manufacturers are not required to install side airbags in automobiles, the majority of companies provide them to satisfy federal regulations regarding side-impact safety. Side airbags and front airbags can prevent serious bodily injury and death.

Airbags installed in the front of an automobile’s interior may lower death rates in traffic collisions by approximately 29 percent. The same types of airbags may decrease passenger fatalities for individuals thirteen years or by approximately 32 percent. Side airbags often prevent drivers and passengers from suffering traumatic brain injuries.

The side airbags that reduce injuries to the head can lower fatalities in car accidents by approximately 37 percent. This number rises to 52 percent for drivers who are in accidents while driving SUVs. Research and development departments at major automobile manufacturers continue to discover novel airbag designs.

Individuals who are located in the backseat are often at risk of suffering injuries during accidents. Rear airbags are one device manufacturers can install in automobiles to protect rear passengers. Drivers and passengers sometimes collide with one another during accidents, and far-side airbags prevent these collisions from happening. Also, rear passengers often suffer severe chest contusions and lacerations. Inflatable seat belts provide greater protection to all passengers.

Front & Side Airbags for sale

Front airbags reduce driver casualties in front crashes by 29% and casualties of front-seat passengers aged 13 and older by 32%. We have a huge inventory of undeployed Airbags. Used Parts On Sale offers the best quality used undeployed airbags of any make and model such as the 06 Honda Pilot EX Airbag, 2011 Toyota 4 Runner Airbags, 2013 Honda Civic Airbag, and more.

Side airbags that protect the head, reduce a car driver's death toll in driver-side crashes by 37% and an SUV driver's toll by 52%. Get the perfect one for your vehicle, and get access to our extensive inventory of used undeployed Side Airbags.

Airbag applications continue to evolve thanks to engineers.

  • In rear-end collisions, rear-window curtain airbags are designed to shield passengers in the back seats.
  • Drivers and front-seat passengers are prevented from colliding in an accident by far-side airbags.
  • The purpose of inflatable safety belts is to lessen chest injuries among backseat passengers.

Driver airbags

How do Side airbags & Front Airbags Work?

front airbags & side airbags

When an accident occurs, airbags, which are inflated cushions installed inside a car, protect the occupants from being struck by the interior or external objects like other cars or trees. In a rollover accident, side curtain airbags may be intended to deploy. When a rollover is imminent, sensors that track a vehicle's tilting and sideways movement can determine when to deploy.

To prevent a person's head and chest from colliding with the harsh inside surfaces of the car, front airbags are designed to inflate in moderate to severe frontal collisions. Unbelted passengers who are involved in crashes that are the equivalent of hitting a hard wall at 10 to 12 mph will often have their front airbags activated. For belted occupants, the majority of airbags will only activate at a higher threshold—roughly 16 mph—because the belts alone are expected to offer sufficient protection up to these mild speeds.

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  • The federal government has mandated that all vehicles, light trucks, and vans come standard with driver and passenger airbags for frontal crash protection since 1999.
  • In moderate to severe frontal collisions, front airbags are designed to deploy to protect occupants from having their heads and chests collide with the car's metal frame.
  • They are designed to protect all passengers, but they give the greatest level of protection when people are buckled up and seated properly.
  • Depending on whether individuals are wearing safety belts, airbags recently produced contain a safety belt sensor and employ an algorithm to determine whether to deploy the bag in a specific collision.
  • Normally, a front airbag will deploy for unbelted occupants when the crash is equal to an impact into a hard wall at 10-12 mph. Most airbags will blow up at a higher threshold — about 16 mph — for belted passengers because the belts alone are likely to provide enough protection up to these moderate speeds.
  • Front airbags may deploy to help safeguard occupants in side impacts if there is sufficient forward motion during the crash.
  • The steering wheel contains the driver's airbag. The passenger airbag is located on the dashboard.

Buy Undeployed Front Airbags Online

Using undeployed used OEM airbags will save you 60 percent off the cost of a brand-new one. That said, it's important to note that the value of these recycled airbags drops dramatically when you fit them into a car that you haven't driven before. The most important fact to remember is that you should never confuse recycled, undeployed OEM airbags with counterfeits. This is because the latter is not designed to work as well as their brand-new counterparts. We offer undeployed OEM Front airbags without compromising on quality.

The purpose of head- and chest-protection side airbags is to protect occupants during internal collisions by shielding their heads and chests from invasive vehicle side structures, such as hitting another vehicle or an object like a tree or pole. Side airbags cushion and disperse the force of a collision to shield any region of the body from being subjected to strong pressures.

Since window glass might shatter in an accident, a head-protecting side airbag is crucial since it can be the only barrier between the occupant's head and the impacting vehicle.

The purpose of head- and chest-protection side airbags is to protect occupants during internal collisions by shielding their heads and chests from invasive vehicle side structures, such as hitting another vehicle or an object like a tree or pole. Side airbags cushion and disperse the force of a collision to shield any region of the body from being subjected to strong pressures.

Since window glass might shatter in an accident, a head-protecting side airbag is crucial since it can be the only barrier between the occupant's head and the impacting vehicle.

Undeployed Side Airbags online

Buying undeployed used side airbags is a safe and affordable way to save money. However, it's important to do your research and purchase from a reputable seller. You don't want to end up with a defective unit. Used Parts On Sale is the place where you can have great quality tested and inspected undeployed used side airbags without breaking the bank.

Hyundai Sonata Airbags for sale

The Hyundai Sonata from 2013 is a reliable used vehicle. It is one of the most fuel-efficient midsize cars available, and the inside is quite cozy. Strong safety ratings, below-average ownership costs, and above-average reliability all contribute to its appeal. And Used Parts On Sale have reliable great quality airbags for this make and model.

Different types of Side Airbags System

Combination airbag: A combination airbag, blown up from the seatback, provides protection for the head and torso.

Head-protecting curtain airbag: A head-protecting curtain airbag, which blows up from the roof rail, and a seat-mounted torso-protecting airbag

Head-torso-pelvis airbag: A head-protection curtain airbag and seat-mounted torso and pelvis-protecting airbag

Door and seat-mounted airbag: A head-protecting curtain airbag blow up from the door and the seat-mounted torso and a pelvis-protecting airbag


Airbag Innovation

Inflatable Seat Belts: Ford introduced an inflatable seat belt in 2011 with the goal of reducing injuries in the backseat. The inflatable seat belt is intended to provide protection for both adults and kids using seat belts or booster seats. The shoulder belt expands during a collision, dispersing the force of the impact over the torso and chest.

In the outboard second-row seating locations of many Lincoln and Ford automobiles, the inflatable belts are now an optional accessory. The typically inflated seat belts are included in the Mercedes-Benz S-Class.

Far-side airbag: The far-side airbag, which is also known as the front-center airbag, is designed to keep passengers in the front from colliding with one another in side-impact collisions and to preserve occupant position in far-side or rollover collisions. 2013 saw the debut of the front-center airbag from General Motors.

Toyota has created a similar design for a safety feature that opens from the center console in the back row.

To promote far-side airbags, EuroNCAP announced a new side crash test in 2020. The GMC Acadia, Chevrolet Traverse, Genesis G80, Genesis GV80, and Buick Enclave are now vehicles that provide a far-side airbag.

Panoramic Sunroof Airbag: A car manufacturer named Hyundai Mobis introduced the first panoramic roof curtain airbag in 2017. It is intended to stop passengers from being thrown through the sunroof during rollovers.

Since 2000, the NHTSA has recorded 260 instances of people being ejected through sunroofs, and as panoramic sunroofs gain popularity, more incidents are likely to occur.

The use of these types of airbags in automobiles was delayed by several design issues. The airbag must be retained in the headliner and correctly deploy whether the sunroof is open or closed, without obstructing headroom or view.

Seat Cushion Airbag - By limiting the movement of the person's body, seat cushion airbags reduce the stresses on the chest and abdomen of the occupant. The seat cushion airbag is present in the Toyota Yaris right now.

Rear Seat Airbag - The development of rear seat airbags will provide head protection for passengers in the back. The back of the front seat is where the rear seat airbags are located, and they inflate more gently than standard airbags. Unlike typical, fully powered airbags, they are only half inflated, so even if they contact objects or kid seats, they will deflect rather than strike them. The following version of the S-Class will include an optional airbag, according to Mercedes-Benz.

Flexible Seating Airbag Systems - Innovative airbag systems will be necessary for safety in future vehicles with adjustable seating options (reclining seats, campfire arrangements, etc.). Airbag manufacturers are working on seat-mounted airbag systems that shield passengers like a cocoon. The Embrace and Life Cell airbags from Joyson and Autoliv are two examples.

Precrash External Side Airbag System - ZF invented the external side airbag to lessen the impact forces on the car during side collisions. When a side collision is about to occur, this airbag uses precrash sensors to detect it and then deploys a large external airbag from the vehicle's side sill to protect the driver and rear passenger doors. It almost equals the size of a life raft when inflated. As of right now, no automobiles in production use this technology.

External Hood Airbag - The first hood airbag intended for pedestrian safety was released by Volvo. The robust windshield and A-pillar, which pedestrians frequently contact, are covered by an external airbag that deploys from the vehicle's undercarriage when a collision with a pedestrian is detected. Starting with the 2013 model year, the Volvo V40 includes a standard pedestrian hood airbag that is exclusively offered in Europe.

Steering Wheel Airbag - The vinyl airbag cover, the vinyl airbag pack, the gas cylinder, and the steel housing make up the driver's airbag. When the airbag module receives the signal to deploy, the igniter switch triggers a chemical process that quickly inflates the airbag pack.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Are your airbags OEM?
Yes, all the airbags we sell are OEM ( Original Equipment Manufacturer ).

Are your airbags remanufactured?
No, we do not replace or repair any parts of the airbags. They are exactly what was in your car and are original when you bought them. The airbags we sell are undeployed and used because they are from the same year as the ones in your vehicle. for example, If you own a Ford 1999 Mustang, then we would sell you an undeployed used airbag that was manufactured in 1999. Again, these are the same airbags that were in your car and performed just fine during your crash. If you purchase one from the dealer and it has been kept on the shelf since 1999, then in essence you are buying a used airbag.

Are your airbags used?

Yes, we sell our airbags as used because some come from other donor cars. But, we have an ownership inspection process and each part is inspected to make sure they are in its original condition.

What airbags are used?
Our airbags are categorized as used because we are not - in the example, a Chevy Dealer or Ford Dealer, etc. Nevertheless, some of our products are new and we must label them as used. In addition, we sell airbags that have been in a car before but never deployed. However, every part we sell is an OEM ( Original Equipment Manufacturer ). It is used since time has elapsed. So you see - your car's airbags were employed as well and they performed fine. What we do as a company is to make sure that the parts of the airbags we sell are in actual condition. It is our awareness of detail that has earned us a top-notch reputation from auto rebuilders worldwide.

Why is my airbag light on or flashing?
The flashing airbag light means that the restraint control module, which includes the sensors, has recognized a fault in the system and has deactivated the airbag and pretensioners. A scan tool can examine the system to identify the precise fault code. In fact, the next time you switch on the key, observe the airbag light and try to identify the "lamp fault code" that is flashing. The "LFC" arrangement might help you identify the specific problem with the system. For example, a sequence of one flash followed by six flashes indicates a problem with the passenger-side airbag.

Why are my seat belts locked?
Seat belt pre-tensioners were installed on vehicles beginning as early as 1999. These pre-tensioners act in arrangement with the airbag system in your car. Therefore, whenever you have met with an accident the pre-tensioners fire off pulling you back in your seat delivering a safer distance from the airbags. Seat belt pre-tensioners have a much faster response time than the older seat belt versions making for a much safer product. However, once the tensioner is activated it locks the seat belt straps and they are no longer useful and therefore, must either be rebuilt or replaced.

Can my seat belts be repaired?
Yes, in most cases we can rebuild your original seat belts by replacing your pre-tensioner and replacing the necessary elements making your seatbelts fully usable and at a price that is more inexpensive than a new replacement at the dealer.

Do I have to replace my front impact sensors?
It all depends on the intensity of the crash. However, in maximum cases, the front impact sensors are reusable unless they have been physically damaged or the wire leading to it has been furrowed by metal. You can replace all airbag parts and if the light is still flashing a sensor code you can test the wire for continuity or replace the sensor if required to be. However, in most cases, you can reuse the impact sensor.

Where is my car's airbag module located?

The control module is also called the 591, diagnostic unit, airbag computer, diagnostic sensor, and DERM unit, and it is located in many other parts of the car. We need to know the year, make and model of the vehicle to be able to tell you where to search for your module.

Do I have to replace my control module?
The control module is also called the 591, diagnostic unit, airbag computer, diagnostic sensor, DERM unit, and some others. Regardless of what you call it, after a crash the control module must either be replaced or reprogrammed. However, in most Chrysler models the control module will reset itself after you have replaced all the airbags in your car.

Can I replace just the driver's airbag?
First of all, anytime any element of the SRS system in your car is missing the airbag light will show that your airbags are not active. Second, leaving an open circuit (connectors not connected) can cause a flawed ground and accidentally activate the airbag that is installed, even while you are driving. Therefore, all of the airbag parts must be reinstalled to factory spec.

Do I have to replace the clockspring?
The clock spring is also called the coil spring. Its job is to supply electrical continuity as the steering wheel is alternated. When the driver's airbag is deployed the chemical reaction that arises heats the gas cylinder and the connector from the clock spring is dissolved. If this happens, then you have no option and the clock spring should be replaced. However, more recent style connectors survive the heat transfer and the clock-spring can be recycled. So, in order to decide whether you are required to replace your clock spring or not. You must take out the driver-side airbag and see if the connector connected to the airbag cylinder is dissolved and merged together. Similarly, all connectors that attach to airbag parts have a locking mechanism and therefore, you must remove the lock prior to dividing the male and female connectors.

Are the vinyl covers included with my airbags?
The steering wheel airbag always comes with a vinyl cover, however, some manufacturers have integrated the passenger airbag underneath the dash. This type of passenger airbag is referred to as an "Inner bag" and the dash is sold individually from the passenger airbag. Although most passenger airbags do include the cover several new models require that the whole dashboard be replaced.

Is the control module included with my purchase?
As with most companies, all parts are sold individually and the airbag control module is not included in the price of any airbag shop.

How fast do you have to drive for airbags to deploy?
There is no fixed answer to this question. What we understand is that you should have both deceleration and impact for airbags to deploy. Nevertheless, this could happen even at a very low speed, such as five miles per hour.

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