Sequential Firing of Airbags/Curtains
To my knowledge up to date, I understand that some airbags will fire in a sequence. Not necassarily an actual sequence, but if the angle of impact, and if it is in the crush zone far enought to set off sensors, they multiple deployment will happen. Does this occur with window curtains also? How are they wired and if impact is in the front or rear of the vehicle does the deployment of other bags affect curtains automatically? Since they are basically designed for a roll, and to stay inflated during one, will they fire on a side impact without a roll? My other question is a safety issue. If we decide to flop a roof, where in the "B" post should we cut? Or should we not at all? (Alternative manuever?) I understand that the fuel canister is usually in the head liner area just rear of that post in most vehicles.