Question about 2005 GMC Envoy
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The front crash sensor is on or near the radiator support under the hood, it is a little square box, one question why do you think it has a problem? it is a mechanical device, a steel ball bearing sitting in an inverted cone, when you crash the ball bearing breaks free of the magnet, that breaks a connection and signals the airbag monitor to fire the airbags, it takes a 5+ MPH impact to set all this in motion, there are side impact sensors as well, the physics of these are a little different, they are measured in G force of the impact, hope all this doesn't bore, one note the fuel that fires the air bag is made by the same folks that make rocket fuel for the solid fuel boosters of the space shuttle.
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
TAKE CAR TO DEALERSHIP.AIR BAGS IS DANGEROUS.NOT A HOME FIX.THE DEALERS HAS EQUIPMENT TO DIAGNOSE AND CHECK AIR BAGS.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
If you have the 4.2L it is located in a big black box behind the right headlight. If there is a bar over the box it must be removed. Three or four screws hold the box together .
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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