Dual pop-up roll bar system (CrossCabriolet models)

The dual pop-up roll bars are designed to

The dual pop-up roll bars are designed to deploy only during rollover collisions. The dual pop-up roll bars are located behind the rear seatback and deploy when the Air bag Control Unit (ACU) judges that the vehicle will overturn.

The dual pop-up roll bars, with proper seat belt usage, help preserve occupant headroom in a rollover collision and can help reduce the risk of occupant injury.

WARNING

Failure to follow the warnings and instructions in this section may result in serious injury or death.

The dual pop-up roll bars deploy upward at a high speed when activated.

Keep hands and other body parts away from the dual pop-up roll bars.
Never place objects (such as umbrellas or accessories) near the dual pop-up roll bars, which deploy from the top of rear seatback. Such objects can become dangerous projectiles when dual pop-up roll bars deploy.
Tampering with the dual pop-up roll bars may cause them to unintentionally deploy or operate abnormally.
Never open the dual pop-up roll bar covers or modify or disassemble the dual pop-up roll bars.
Do not sit, place a heavy object, or apply a strong load on the dual popup roll bar cover. Doing so could cause damage to the cover or cause the dual pop-up roll bar to not operate properly.
Never allow anyone other than a NISSAN dealer to retract or repair the dual pop-up roll bars. Always contact a NISSAN dealer after dual pop-up roll bars deploy.

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