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My Airbag lamp light is on! Got a code B0058 For passenger pretensioner deploy loop open?

I don't know what to do?

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The crash pretensioner system on the passenger side (passenger seat belt) has failed it's system check. Sensor most likely is bad. Best bet on a safety item or safety system is to take it to a qualified trusted shop for diagnosis. In the mean time, you might want to avoid having anyone ride in that seat since the pretensioner might not do its job if there was a crash. The pretensioner tightens the belt within milliseconds of sensing a crash. This keeps a loose belt from not restraining an occupant.

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  • Alex Nov 25, 2014

    I have never replaced one on the Colorado but I can tell you the sensor is either in the seat itself where the weight of the occupant tells the system someone is sitting there or the sensor is in the actual seat belt assembly. I would defer to a local shop (or God forbid) your local dealer. Check Angie's List in your area if you do not have any referrals from friends or family.

  • Alex Nov 25, 2014

    To answer, if the sensor is in the belt system it would be easier to replace than in the seat itself. But as stated before, I would rather have someone qualified to run an actual diagnostic since this system is a safety system and someone's life might depend on it.

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