2015 Nissan Juke - Consumer Safety & Air Bag Information Guide (19 pages)

Posted on 2 Mar, 2015 by Mammaldood
Model: 2015 Nissan Juke
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Manual Description
The NISSAN Consumer Safety & Air Bag Information Guide provides, information for NISSAN vehicles available time publication, refer to your vehicles owner's manual, to familiarize yourself with all disclosures, warnings, cautions, and all air bag protection and seat belt safety instructions.

This publication may be amended as new vehicles introduced, nISSAN's Commitment Customer Satisfaction 17, wHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT AIR BAGS, air bags are a supplemental restraint system designed to enhance protection provided.

By the seat belt system during certain types of collisions, supplemental air bags and roof-mounted curtain side-impact supplemental air bags, available on many 2015 NISSAN vehicles, about these air bag systems, so equipped.

Please remember, always wear your seat belt, and that a rear-facing child restraint must, never be used in the front passenger seat if the vehicle is equipped with front passenger, fASTER THAN THE EYE CAN BLINK, collision starts, an air bag begins to inflate.

Seconds, it has done its job and is deflating, not surprising that many people involved in a frontal collision do not realize that their air, nISSAN Consumer Safety & Air Bag Information Guide, tHE NISSAN ADVANCED AIR BAG SYSTEM.

All NISSAN vehicles (except for the 2015 NV 1500/2500/3500*) equipped with, the NISSAN Advanced Air Bag System (AABS) for the driver front passenger seats, typically, this system, which has dual-stage inflators,** monitors information various, crash sensors, the front seat belt buckle sensors, and occupant classification sensor.

The front passenger air bag may automatically turn OFF under some conditions, depending, on the pressure or weight detected by sensors in the passenger seat, passenger air bag status light will be illuminated, the front passenger air bag status light does not indicate a malfunction front.

Child, or child restraint occupies the seat, the occupant may need to shift his her seating, position, or remove the child restraint so the system can turn ON front passenger air, tHE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF AN AIR BAG: YOUR SEAT BELT, your chances of surviving a collision will improve greatly if one simple piece advice.

Followed: always wear your seat belt, seat belts help to protect the occupants of your vehicle during collisions which air, bags are not designed to activate, seat belts enhance their effectiveness and can help reduce the risk injury an.

Multiple-impact collisions, while the air bags work only one time if collision severe, sections of this guide and the vehicle owner's manual more information, nV does not have an occupant classification sensor (and associated, front passenger air bag status light).

**Dual-stage inflators vary the air bag inflation rate based on the severity collision (for, forceful inflation for moderate impacts and a high force of inflation for more severe impacts), addition, based on information from the seat belt buckle sensors that detect whether seat belts, are fastened, whether one or both front airbags deploy.

Crash, depending on the crash severity, and whether the front occupants belted unbelted, ***When the system detects that the seat is unoccupied, the passenger air bag status light will not, illuminate even though the front passenger air bag OFF, eFFECTIVE USE OF SEAT BELTS AND AIR BAGS.

Seat belts and supplemental air bags are most effective when vehicle occupants sitting, upright and well back in the seat with both feet on the floor, receive serious or fatal injuries from the air bag if you are up against it when it inflates, always sit back against the seatback with both feet on the floor and far away.

Practical from the steering wheel or instrument panel and always wear your seat belt, please see the SEAT BELT SAFETY section of this guide and vehicle owner's manual, hOW AND WHEN FRONT AIR BAGS WORK.

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