Front airbags have been required in all passenger vehicles in the United States since 1999. The airbag is an inflatable cushion that deploys during a collision to protect occupants from injury. Today’s vehicles include more than standard airbags, with options for knee airbags, side airbags and inflatable seat belt bags.
In our guides, you find basic information about the airbag systems, along with top troubleshooting tips. If there’s something wrong with the airbags, you can diagnose and repair them to ensure better protection from injury.