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Servic air bag light

Servic air bag light

Postby meat8 [OP] » Jan 12 2012, 4:51pm

My 04 silverado service air bag light came on the other day. It goes off then a day later it comes back on. I was hoping someone could help with a fix and also a diagram or pictures of where the sensors are located.
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Re: Servic air bag light

Postby ASTE25 » Jan 12 2012, 9:44pm

You should have someone with a diagnostic scanner check for any codes. That will help narrow down what is wrong with it.
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Re: Servic air bag light

Postby meat8 [OP] » Jan 12 2012, 11:32pm

I wanted to see if anyone else has had this issue and see what they did. I was thinking it might be something simple and a easy fix. I am trying to find a friend that might be able to read the code, autozone does not have the scanner to read air bag codes.
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Re: Servic air bag light

Postby jcrid » Jan 12 2012, 11:54pm

Hey bro,
I just got my 2009 GMC looked at for this issue I would check out the seat belt that was my issue.
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Re: Servic air bag light

Postby meat8 [OP] » Jan 13 2012, 12:22am

Where is the sensor at for the set belt
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Postby ASTE25 » Jan 13 2012, 1:26am

Unless you get the diagnostic codes checked to give you an idea where to start looking, yout are pretty much just guessing.
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Re: Servic air bag light

Postby meat8 [OP] » Jan 24 2012, 3:40pm

OK had my buddy read the code B0103 right front air bag sensor. Does anyone know the part number for this? I googled it and could not come up with a part number. I also noticed that when it is cold outside the light does not come on but when it warms up to about 45 the light comes back on. I was told to disconnect the neg battery terminal and wait for 10 minutes before working on the sensor is that correct or is there something else I should do to prevent accidental deployment.
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Re: Servic air bag light

Postby My05Sierra » Jan 24 2012, 6:38pm

I had the airbag light come on on my 05. I never had the code checked, but i knew it was the passenger airbag due to the indicator in the mirror. When it first started i could move the seat around a little bit and eventually get the light to go off. One day i couldn't get it to go off so i slid the passenger seat forward and found that the wire had completely broken off from the quick connect under the seat.

So since yours seems to be doing the same thing i would deffinitely look into that. If you do find an issue with one of the wires there are a few options. 1. you can take it to the dealer and see if they have the pin connection and install a new pin. 2. (which is what i did) I got some wire and my own quick connect and just wired it across.

The main reason i did that was i had everything to do it already and installing a new pin would shorten the wire and lead to the same problem in the future. I did look into what the wire was for before doing this. I also disconnected the battery completely to be safe.
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