Nissan Juke Service and Repair Manual : Precaution for Disposal

Before disposing of air bag module, pop-up roll bar and seat belt pre-tensioner, or vehicles equipped with such systems, deploy the systems. If such systems have already been deployed due to an accident, dispose of them as indicated in Disposing of Air Bag Module, Pop-up Roll Bar and Seat Belt Pre-tensioner.

When deploying the air bag module, pop-up roll bar and seat belt pre-tensioner, always use the Special Service Tool; Deployment tool (SST: KV99106400).

When deploying the air bag module, pop-up roll bar and seat belt pre-tensioner, stand at least 5.0 m (16.4 ft.) away from the deployment component.

When deploying air bag module, pop-up roll bar and seat belt pre-tensioner, a fairly loud noise is made, followed by smoke being released. The smoke is not poisonous, however, be careful not to inhale smoke since it irritates the throat and can cause choking.

Always activate one air bag module at a time.

Due to heat, leave air bag module unattended for more than 30 minutes after deployment. Also leave pop-up roll bar and seat belt pre-tensioner unattended for more than 10 minutes after deployment.

Wear gloves when handling a deployed air bag module, pop-up roll bar and seat belt pre-tensioner.

Never apply water to the deployed air bag module, pop-up roll bar and seat belt pre-tensioner.

Wash your hands after work is completed.

Place the vehicle outdoors with an open space of at least 6.0 m (19.7 ft) on all sides when deploying air bag module, pop-up roll bar and seat belt pre-tensioner while mounted in vehicle.

Use a volt meter to make sure the vehicle battery is fully charged.

Never dispose of the air bag module, pop-up roll bar and seat belt pre-tensioner that does not deploy.

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