Can Impact Sensors be reused?

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  • Acap Cool
    Q. Do I have to replace my front impact sensors? It all depends on the severity of the accident. However, in most cases, the front impact sensors are reusable unless they have been physically damaged or the wire leading to it has been crimped by metal.
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    Full turn and then roughly about one and a half and more steering wheels to take it all the way toMoreFull turn and then roughly about one and a half and more steering wheels to take it all the way to the left and it's the same concept.