My bad if they don't. Because, I just assumed that they would deploy from that vacinity. In the past Hyundai has put the badges in the vacinity that the airbags deploy from. For example, the cars w/SRS on the sides of the seat backs will deploy from there, the seat back side bolster area. There are other Hyundais that were designed w/side airbags deploying from the door panels in the past & these were labeled SRS on the door panels. Either way, I'll look into it to confirm where these airbags will deploy on this particular model. Thanks.The airbag doesn't deploy from the A pillar...that is just where the SRS badge is located for easy viewing.
Should I type it in caps??? LOL...Actually yes, they partially do... the front end of the curtain air bag goes about halfway down the A-pillar.
+1.....Should I type it in caps??? LOL...
The curtain airbags DO come out of the A-pillar. They are mounted from the A-pillar to the back point of the rear quarter window. The side air bag deploys from about midway down the A-pillar to the rear of the door window. Side air bag coverage does not include the rear quarter window on the Genesis Coupe. I thought that was strange for it to only cover the front seat passengers, but that's all it covers, not the rear seat passengers.
Well sabba, keep in mind that these gauges were installed on the KDM version which does not have curtain airbags, therefore nothing to screw into or deploy out of. So, this guys is safe with his mod as far as that goes. But, our U.S. versions should not be modified in this manner.What concerns me about these pictures is they screw in individual pillar gauges and if the air bag is in there partially they have potentially compromised the system... Not what I would call a clean install and potentially dangerous to boot.
No, no, no... I was kidding. Didn't mean anything by it, sorry. I hate it when people type in caps.+1.....
And, no caps are not necessary in a discussion, since that is the equivalent of yelling & would do nothing but maybe start an argument. Save the caps for when they are really necessary.
Yeah I noticed that... and was sort of what I was trying to say, not a very clean install IMO..doesnt the "squib" wiring run up th a pillar. im would be more concearned about the 2" sheet metal screws they used to hold the gauges on.