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An airbag isnt something to mess around with, if they are not powered down properly and something goes wrong when attemping to remove it they can still deploy. have a trained mechanic does this job.

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Also can fin it in the 2004 Chevrolet Malibu - Owners Manual (page 73 and next).

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