Question about 1992 Chevrolet Corvette
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I worked at a salvage yard for a while. During that time I pulled hundreds of airbags. I thought I'd share a few things.
I've provided this as a supplement to erietracks solution, not to replace it. It provides important additional information you need to be aware of when working on or around SIR (Supplemental Individual Restraint) airbag systems. It lists the potential dangers of doing so and the appropriate precautions against accidental premature deployment. Any work done on the steering column should include this.
Precautions for working with and handling airbags: Take these Seriously!!!
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Posted on Nov 22, 2008
SOURCE: Air bag light
Usually a lit airbag can be attributed to faulty wiring, crash sensor behind the front bumper, bad connection between the airbag and lower part of the steering column, or a faulty airbag module. I've also heard of clockspring wiring harness problems. An airbag "on" light means that your airbag system is INACTIVE. Be careful. Check for a safety recall. You must have the battery disconnected for at least 15 minutes for a reset and double check your battery. I know it seems simple, but a poor battery will trip a code. 15 minutes allows the SDM (Sensing Diagnostic Module or Airbag computer) to discharge the backup power for airbag. Do this especially if you're poking around the controls. It sounds like a bad connection which is not allowing communication between all parts of the system. Also check the fuse (can't hurt).
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
not relaed, just bad luck! you need to get ot scanned to see what airbag sensor is bad, thats why its blinking GOOD LUCK!
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
SOURCE: steering column
You probably have problems with transmission switch wich is on "Park" at that time, but sensor sends a signal that transmission is in gear. Try to start your car on "Neutral". It might help and indicate a problem for shure
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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