Does a 97 Deville have a air bag sensor under the front seats The service air bag light stays on most of the time but seems to go off after someone has been sitting in the passenger seat?
In late 90's GM passenger cars, the computer that controls the SIRS (Supplemental Inflatable Restraint System) is mounted underneath the passenger seat. If someone sitting in that seat causes the light to go off... you probably just have a loose connector. Always remember to pull the main airbag fuse (normally located in the engine compartment) before touching anything to do with the airbag system. Failure to do so could result in severe injury.
In most newer cars, no. Older cars may not even have an airbag for the passenger. In most cars that do however, there is a weight sensor in the passenger seat that turns the airbag on only if there is someone heavy enough in the seat. This prevents the airbag from deploying if no one is in the seat and also prevents it from going off if there is a small child in the passenger…
passenger side air bag is activated by a sensor in the passanger seat, if it says "passanger air bag off" (or anything indicating its not on) there has to be a person heavy enough to turn it on, if there is someone sitting in the passanger seat and still says "passanger air bag off" there is a malfuntion in the system or sensor... ****there has been a recall with issues of 2003-2005 kia spectras with…
Is it legal for a LCBO employee to demand ID from a person sitting in a parked car in the parking lot Also to refuse alcohol to the ofage buyer who's passenger it was?
Can you buy a property in monopoly if you are sitting on the space and someone else has rolled the dice?
There are several options, including paying someone to drive your car there, and transporting it on the Shozoloza Meyl passenger train service by rail. The safest solution is to use a professional car carrier company such as Motorvia, or exclusive-carriersdotcodotza. I have given you a link to the rail service company and you can Google the others.