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Auto OEM Number 1h0959653e 7D0959653 Spiral Cable Clock Spring for VW Jetta

Guangzhou Jashine Technology Co., Ltd.
  • Material:Plastic
  • Deck:SRS Airbag Cover
  • Type:VW
  • Muffler Type:Airbag Cover Driver Side
  • Transport Package:Bubble Bag and Carton Box
  • Specification:Standard

Base Info

  • Model NO.:1H0959653E 7D0959653
  • Trademark:JASHINE
  • Origin:China
  • HS Code:3901100001
  • Production Capacity:500000,Year


ModelVWOEM NO.1H0959653E 7D0959653Car MakeVWProduct SizeStandardMOQ5 PCS each typeColorStandardMaterialPlasticDelivery Time5-10 days after receive paymentPayment TermWestern Union and T/TShipmentBy DHL,EMS,UPS,ARAMEX ,By land or by air to Russia.Packing Neutral Packing.-- one platic bag. And carton
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Auto OEM Number 1h0959653e 7D0959653 Spiral Cable Clock Spring for VW Jetta
Auto OEM Number 1h0959653e 7D0959653 Spiral Cable Clock Spring for VW Jetta
Auto OEM Number 1h0959653e 7D0959653 Spiral Cable Clock Spring for VW Jetta
Auto OEM Number 1h0959653e 7D0959653 Spiral Cable Clock Spring for VW Jetta

Auto OEM Number 1h0959653e 7D0959653 Spiral Cable Clock Spring for VW Jetta

Airbag Cover:
The challenge:
Airbags have to be protected from damage to ensure their reliable deployment throughout the vehicle's life cycle. The airbag protection solution should take up as little assembly space as possible and enable cost-effective production and assembly.
The solution:
Airbag Covers made from special films reliably protect airbags from external influences and require minimal assembly space. Safety warnings on the covers are printed by Schreiner ProTech.
During the development project customers can rely on expert support by our airbag specialists. Based on a large selection of suitable, tested materials, complex, module-related component geometries can be created. Special material grades are even available for extremely high-dynamic loads. Down-stream processing requirements are considered in the early stages of any product development project.

Epairing an Airbag Cover:
Once an airbag has deployed, you may need a new airbag cover replacement. The airbag cover is the outer packaging that contains the airbag, and adds some aesthetic beauty to the interior of your vehicle. It is possible to fix a blown airbag cover, but you will need some knowledge of thermoplastic welding and vehicle interior upholstering.

There are several types of airbags that may be installed in your particular vehicle. Each type of airbag being used will require a specialized airbag cover, or other enclosure. The most common types are the frontal airbags. The airbag that protects the driver is located within the steering wheel. The airbag cover will have the vehicle manufacturer's logo and SRS (Safety Restraint System) markings on it. The airbag that protects the passenger is typically placed within the dash. Side airbags are smaller versions of the frontal ones, and are stored in the seatback, doors, side-posts or roof.

Step 1: Removing the Blown Airbag Cover

There is not a standard airbag cover. As suchairbag cover removal instructions will vary depending on vehicle make and model. For instance, the driver's airbag could be a 3 or 4 spoke design, and could be of the single or dual stage variety. It is best to refer to the specific vehicle repair manual for detailed instructions on airbag cover removal.

Step 2: Repairing the Airbag Cover

Once the airbag cover has been removed, squeeze the sides together so the seams are meeting. If it has been awhile since the blow out, you may need to heat the cover in order to be able to squeeze it together. Using tape, tape across the seams (on the inside of the cover) to ensure they do not separate. Either apply the adhesive, or perform the thermoplastic welding to the exposed seams on the front of the airbag cover. Remove the tape, and weld or apply adhesive to the seam on the inside. Once the seams have been mended, clean any residual materials from the airbag cover, and tape over the emblem (if required).

Step 3: Painting the Airbag Cover

Apply the thermoplastic primer in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, and allow to dry. Following the instructions supplied with the thermoplastic paint, paint the airbag cover. Allow the paint to dry, and inspect the airbag cover. Apply a second coat of paint if necessary to hide the repaired seams. Once the painting is complete, remove the tape from the emblem (if used), and re-install the airbag cover using the instructions from the repair manual.
Repairing an airbag cover requires specialized materials. Repairs may not be necessary, because if any of the components or modules are inoperable or questionable, then they must be replaced. Whenpurchasing steering wheel airbags and components, a new airbag cover is typically included.