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    so if i take out my airbag i go to hawaii?
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    Some cars like mine and pickups which have no back seats have a switch to disable the passenger side airbag. The manual says to turn it off when carrying a child or other small passenger. You might not want it to work.
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    Just put her in a child seat. Problem solved.

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    My airbag system enables the passenger airbag when someone ~100lbs is in the seat. No way to adjust it that I know of.

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    Bring the car into the dealership and claim that its a defect, and that her safety is in danger. They will have to do something.

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    If she's that skinny the airbag would more than likely just crush every bone in her body anyway, it's probably for the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by spoonraker View Post
    If she's that skinny the airbag would more than likely just crush every bone in her body anyway, it's probably for the best
    Airbag is for the face to reduce the impulse of an accident.

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    Let's see this chick!

    And actually, the airbag is NOT for the face. That causes decapitation. Its for the chest. The last thing you want is something hitting you at 200+Mph while you're travelling at 60mph towards it!

    If she's that skinny and hot, send her over here. I dont' have airbags. Problem solved . i'll send you a carpc!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Genesisfactor View Post
    If she's that skinny and hot, send her over here. I dont' have airbags. Problem solved . i'll send you a carpc!
    If she's so skinn that she can't activate the airbag sensor in the seat, she can't be hot, unless you're into that Karen Carpenter look...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarquePervert View Post
    If she's so skinn that she can't activate the airbag sensor in the seat, she can't be hot, unless you're into that Karen Carpenter look...

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