Question about 2004 Chevrolet Tahoe
How can I check these to see which one it is
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: where is the drivers side
There are two crash sensors for that vehicle, they are both up under the front bumper near the radiator support and torsion bar. It is held in with a 10mm bolt and has a yellow connector on the harness. There is one on the driver side and one on the passenger.
There is also a sensor (Paasenger Presence System) located in the passenger seat that turns on and off the airbag or controls the amount of force it deploys with depending on the weight of the person sitting in the seat.
Each seat also has a seat belt sensor under it.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
I would lean toward a dirty throttle body first.REcheck and make sure one of the wires is not locked in well om plugs. Ususlly from what I found a coil is going to cause to skip most of the time if it is bad.I would attempt fuel treatment and cleaning throttle body real well.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
There are 4 o2 sensors.They are all on the exhaust system.There is one on the left side exhaust manifold pipe and one on the right exhaust manifold pipe.Then there is one in front of the catalytic converter and one in back of the converter.It would be better if you had the codes that they got because there can be other problems that can cause an o2 sensor to fail.Also I have never had all 4 sensors go bad at one time.You could have other problems.Vacuum leaks,plugged air filter,bad connections,or bad grounds.These vehicles are also good for intake gaskets being bad.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
SOURCE: i have 5 wires going
Well im not sure why you are asking this question . They are two differant systems the mas air flow and the idle air intake bolth run off a 5 volt referance voltage but are not related so to speak to each other as far as the same ref voltage the same ground as every thing else .The IAT MAP TP ECT and fuel pressure sensor are one side and the MAF EGR and the EVAP are on the other side but all on a common ground . Ex plain what you are trying to do and why you are trying to do it and mabey i can make your life a little easyer and what caused this problem
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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