How can I disconnect my airbags%3F

Asked by Jan 02, 2013 at 02:58 PM about the 2007 Toyota Wish

Question type: General

I need to disconnect the airbags in my 07 Toyota yaris. I'm short and pregnant so if they go off then it's either one or both of our lives, and the dealership can't disconnect them for me. Please help!

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Unfortunately, you cannot disconnect them. The airbag is designed to go up but you can actually aim it by tilting the wheel all the way up and away from your baby. It will still hit your face but that is what its designed to do :)

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