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2005 Suburban LF Front SIR Sensor is bad. According to the

LF Front SIR Sensor is bad. According to the dealer. Where can I find a replacement and how do I swap them out? Wich side is the left driver or passenger.


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    Did not have any luck with finding the part at the local parts houses. Is there a certain way I need to change this sensor out. Like take the airbag fuse out before I swap the sensor?


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Autozone or Napa, and its a plug in thing and left is driver side

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Testimonial: "Had to get it at the dealer but thanks for the heads up on which side and that it was plug and play. Done and saved about 300 in the process. Thank!"

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