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I have a 2003 GMC Sierra. The air bag light is staying on. When it first started as soon as the passenger put the seat belt on the air bag light came on. I have taken the passenger air bag sensor out of the seat. It looks like a small air matress filled with liquid. When you set on it it forces the liquid down the tube and activates the switch. Question: What should the Ohms be on which of the three terminals?

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Have you checked the wire harness between the seat carriage and floor connector. Have found broken wires there and has solved the problem.

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