Mercury Villager 1993-2000
Nissan Quest 1993-2000
Whenever working around, or on, the air bag supplemental restraint system, ALWAYS adhere to the following warnings and cautions.
Always wear safety glasses when servicing an air bag vehicle and when handling an air bag module.
Carry a live air bag module with the bag and trim cover facing away from your body, so that an accidental deployment of the air bag will have a small chance of personal injury.
Place an air bag module on a table or other flat surface with the bag and trim cover pointing up.
Wear gloves, a dust mask and safety glasses whenever handling a deployed air bag module. The air bag surface may contain traces of sodium hydroxide, a by-product of the gas that inflates the air bag and which can cause skin irritation.
Wash your hands with mild soap and water after handling a deployed air bag.
All air bag modules with discolored or damaged cover trim must be replaced, not repainted.
All component replacement and wiring service must be made with the negative and positive battery cables disconnected from the battery for a minimum of one minute prior to attempting service or replacement.
NEVER probe the air bag electrical terminals. Doing so could result in air bag deployment, which can cause serious physical injury.
If the vehicle is involved in a fender-bender which results in a damaged front bumper or grille, have the air bag sensors inspected by a qualified automotive technician to ensure that they were not damaged.
If at any time, the air bag light indicates that the computer has noted a problem, have your vehicle-s SRS serviced immediately by a qualified automotive technician. A faulty SRS can cause severe physical injury or death.