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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Thanks for the suggestion Pete.

I will approach NRMA about this as well, as they have conducted the above crash test and may be in a position to give me more details than nissan.

I will look-up the position of the sensors from the electronic manual tonight.

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OK Guys,

Here is a copy about the SRS Airbags taken from the electronic service manual.

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There is a section about side airbags which you can ignore, because we don't have them in the Australian version and they're only available (in the rest of the world emoticon ) just kidding, they’re available in Europe and Canada as far as I know.

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Hi,

I have a friend who has posted some pics here, who had a car crash into the front of their two week old X-Trail. The drivers airbag did go off and push his glasses into the back seat. The rear gearbox was pushed out due to the engine and drivetrain being pushed back.

Both occupants were OK but sore for a few weeks.

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Hi Peter,

Do you mean the Ti Don mentioned in his intro post HERE?

Mate, if this is case am sure glad to hear it, as apparently he had this accident at 120km/hour emoticon

The other xtrails I've seen at the wreckers were even worse than that.

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Hi Jalal,

About 4 months ago I t-boned a bloke who ran a red light in Surry hills and both the drivers air bag and passanger air bags went off.Also the seat belt pre-tensioner was deployed (it was all floppy afterwards and would not engage).
Funny how the x-trails you saw were write offs yet because the guy I hit didn't have insurence,AAM! (you know the song,,,unlucky i'm with AAM! emoticon ) They didn't want to write off mine. Grrr!

It was basically a front on smash,at about 55km/h.I didn't have time to break so impact would have been close to that speed and directly side on.
It frightens the bejesus out of you but I walked away with nothing but shakey legs and bad memories,,,I posted after the accident so will try and find the message for you.

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The other post is HERE mate

Sorry, but i didn't take any pics

Russ

Admin Edit: Broken Link Fixed.

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Thanks Russ, yes I remember your accident.

I thought yours would have been a write-off for sure.

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Hi,

Yes it was Don's car. The combined impact would have been that - the other car loast it going round a corner dragging another car and slid sideways into the Xtrail. Don tried to slow up and pull to the side but it happened very quickly!

I drive by the skids marks nearly everyday!

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Hi Jalal,

Are you still waiting to hear more from Nissan or NRMA about this issue? The original response from Nissan sounded a load of !@#$ to me.

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Hi Bob,

Am sorry, but I have dropped the ball on this one and didn't have enough time to chase it further through NRMA (as I gave-up on obtaining a better response on this from Nissan already)

The 2 incidents where the airbag was in fact deployed have put my mind to ease a little and that's why I probably shelved the matter for the time being.


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