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Service Air Bag Light

2007 4x4 Silverado 1500 not HD

Service Air Bag Light

Postby Rol Page [OP] » Sep 14 2012, 3:18am

My Service Air Bag light has been on for a couple of weeks and I got tired of ignoring it so I paid $71. for a private shop to diagnose code B0083. Then they estimated $208 for a new sensor plus $49 labor to install.. Plus tax.. I was warned about putting non GM parts in "We can't guarantee what that will do to your computer"..

I called a local GM dealer and they quoted $166.75 for the sensor, P/N 15297468 and I did not ask about labor. Found GM Parts center in Kansas and ordered the OEM part for $142.50 including shipping.

Can anyone tell me where this part is located and how to replace it? I hope that it just snaps into a connector when I find it. If all else fails I can take the new part back to the private shop and have them do it for the $49 plus tax..

Thanks in advance for any help. Rol
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Re: Service Air Bag Light

Postby ASTE25 » Sep 15 2012, 3:54am

According to the part description it is mounted on the front radiator support. Here is what I am basing my statement off of:

CK1,2,3 INFLATABLE RESTRAINT SYSTEM; (SENSOR,INFL RST F/END DISCRM(MT ON FRT RAD SUPT)(USE T/W CONN 15306384). Required: 02
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Re: Service Air Bag Light

Postby Ret-Seabee » Jan 02 2017, 1:32am

I have a 2009 Silverado and the same thing is happening to me..did you get it fixed?
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Re: Service Air Bag Light

Postby GMT604 » Jan 02 2017, 1:57am

Four year old post, I would imagine he fixed it or scrapped it. :lol:

Did you have yours scanned? Are you sure it's the same problem?

Replacing crash sensors is common, specially in the rust belt, but only after getting it diagnosed properly.

They are dead easy to replace.
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Re: Service Air Bag Light

Postby Ret-Seabee » Jan 02 2017, 2:05am

I was hoping he had the problem diagnosed and could give me some insight what to look for but from what I have been reading in all the post about air bag warning light and air bag needing service, it could be a number of things.

Next step will be to either buy a scan tool or have it scanned.

I am in the rust belt .
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Re: Service Air Bag Light

Postby GMT604 » Jan 02 2017, 2:40am

I am in the rust belt .


Odds are the front crash sensors are rusting themselves to death, but get it scanned before wasting any money on parts that you may not need. You need an uplevel scanner to read SRS codes, cheap code readers will not work.
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Re: Service Air Bag Light

Postby Ret-Seabee » Jan 02 2017, 1:44pm

Thanks, I have never used a scanner but it's never too late to learn.
I read a few posts on here about scanners that folks have recommended , is there a dollar amount I should be looking to spend if I want to own one for my own personal use?
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