Question about 2003 Pontiac Grand Am
You should never try to take apart the airbag unless you absolutely know what you are doing for you can injure yourself very seriously.But on that note,disconnect the battery.Behind where you grab on the steering wheel there should be some screws.Take those out and remove the front of the center of the steering wheel.That will give you access to the airbag.You may have to have special tools to take the airbag itself out.Then there should be the switch.If it is not there you might have to remove the whole steering wheel by removing the center nut then use a steering wheel puller to take the steering wheel off.It should be located on the steering wheel shaft.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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