In this week’s installment of The Washington Puck Podcast, we explore a potential cause of an airbag failure, how to install a better airbag system, and the latest news from the world of car-related technology.
We’ll also cover a new car-based crash-detection system that we can’t wait to test and show off.
We’ve got a bunch of cool stuff coming soon.
Let’s get started!
The first step is to remove the old seatbelt fasteners and the seat belts themselves, the latter being an easy task if you don’t mind having a bit of work done.
The rear seatbelts are replaced with the new ones, and the front ones are replaced too.
The seats themselves are a bit harder to get off, as you’ll need to get into the trunk, lift the rear seats, and then unload them.
This requires a bit more than simply pushing them off, however.
You’ll need the key, a screwdriver, and a bit patience.
— Alabama’s governor has signed a bill that installs a diesel engine in the state’s engine fabrication facility to help reduce emissions from the state.
The bill, Senate Bill 1092, was passed Monday by a 13-3 vote and signed into law by Gov.
The Senate approved the measure by a 23-14 vote.
The Alabama Department of Transportation says the new diesel engine will reduce emissions by up to 40 percent.
The governor says the bill is important to help keep the state from exceeding the statewide average temperature of 85 degrees.
Ivey says she’s grateful for the support.