Auto Service Professional

OCT 2017

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57 | ASP October 2017 Circle 122 on Reader Service Card CHOOSE THE BRAND THAT MEANS POWER Large or Small, Lead Acid or Lithium Jump-N-Carry jump starters are ideal for use in a wide variety of jump starting environments, including automotive, marine, fleet and industrial. Extreme jump starting power, long cranking duration and extended service life are the key features of Jump-N-Carry. New JNC311 and JNC318 lithium jump starters bring dependable power, valuable features and trademark durability to this class of product. Model JNC318 features a PreHeat mode to overcome frigid temperatures, a challenge for many lithium units. Both models feature enhanced safety circuitry for peace of mind. Whether you rock it old school or prefer the new kid on the block, Jump-N-Carry means power, each time and every time you use it. www.jumpstarter.com JNC318 Text POWER to 43506 for a chance to win the ultimate Garage Power Pack. visit cloreinfo.com/garagegiveaway for complete details. Technical against potential burns, hearing damage and vision damage is critical. Minimize the extent of exposed skin on the body. Carefully inspect all seat belts, buckles, mounting hardware, retractors, tether straps and anchors for proper installation, operation or damage. Replace any seat belt that is cut, frayed or torn. Straighten-out any belt that is twisted. Never attempt to repair a seat belt or child restraint component. If damaged, always replace any system components with new OEM parts. If dealing with an ignited restraint system pyrotechnic component, wash your hands after touching/handling. Pyrotechnic components that have fallen onto a hard surface or show signs of damage must not be installed to the vehicle. New pyrotechnic components should be installed immediately upon removal of shipping packages or returned to the shipping package until you are ready for installation. e cost of replacing airbags can vary depending on the number of bags, the make and model and if related items require replacement, such as the SRS ECU, sensors, steering wheel, windshield, etc. Costs to the customer or insurance agency including parts and labor can easily range from $1,000 to well over $6,000, which is a factor in determining if the vehicle is worth repairing or is consid- ered a total loss. ■ Here's an example of a deployed passenger side airbag. These explode with the same force and sound as a steering wheel airbag.

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