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13 hours ago, GeeDog said:

The link in your post further up the page lists E90s - it shows as "E8x 1 series, E83 X3 and E9x 3 series" - thats the link I followed to get the page I linked.

My airbag was replaced a few months ago by BMW. Is your steering wheel a BMW supplied one?

Haha, can't believe I missed that. 

My car is not on the https://ismyairbagsafe.com.au/ site, but my steering wheel is an E90 "BMW Individual" one. 

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12 hours ago, Robocop2310 said:

My previous suggestion stands, could SAU possibly write to Nissan to get a clearer answer as they sue as hell ain’t tell me crap.

Did you try the Nissan JP site? 

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11 hours ago, admS15 said:

I did the same and as in the screenshot i posted about 10 posts up, no skylines (all series) have been recalled and no Nissan prior to the year 2000.


2 hours ago, Kinkstaah said:

But that year 2000 series 2 steering wheel though... 


It also says “no skylines (all series)”

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Bringing and old thread back, because I have new info.

We removed the airbags from a series 2 R33 GTST track car, and they are not Takata branded. Info printed on the inflators is "HERST. MORTON INTL, OGDEN USA" and "NISSAN MOTOR DEUTSHLAND Gmbh NEUSS."

A Google search for Morton International shows they made airbags in Utah, and a 1994 new item claims they had 60% of the worldwide airbag market at that time.

Make of this what you will, but the airbags in my car are (were) not Takata. 

The inflator on the steering wheel is a different model (but looks very similar) to the pair of inflators on the passgenger side airbag.



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That's excellent info there mate. Thanks a lot for sharing, I did check my vehicle a while ago on nissan jp but this is even better.

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