The "Inflatable Restraint" is a common occurrence especially on the Caprice. Any time the light illuminates, a code is stored within the Central Control Module (CCM). Check the code and if the code stored indicates a sensor problem, the common occurrences are a faulty sensor ground or faulty sensors. These sensors are located on each front frame rail just in front of and under the battery, and equal distanced on the right side. These sensors can be removed, the frame and sensor sanded for cleanliness, and reinstalled using a small amount of dielectric grease. If the light persists, then a sensor replacement is most likely necessary. Be sure to disconnect the battery and ensure that the ignition is in the off position prior to working on the Supplemental Inflatable Restraint (SIR) system. Note: Operation of the SIR system will be questionable if the "INFL REST" light is illuminated. Remember, disconnect the battery before working on this. Also if you get a code other than a sensor problem, I would suggest taking it to a professional.
The INFL REST light means that there is a problem with the air bag system. A code reader is required to find out the exact fix. Most auto parts stores will read the code for free.
REPLACE THERMO STAT/CHECK TO REPLACE THERMO CENSOR!
Inflatable Restraint... air bag.
Depends on what you mean by "bubble" Caprice...
Inflatable restraint. Aka, your airbag
Caprice means a sudden and unpredictable change especially in a person's mood or behavior. Whim is a synonym of caprice.
it's another way to say 'airbag'.
Chevrolet is the last name of the founder, Louis Chevrolet.
No, however, it does mean the air bags won't work if there is an accident
I believe you mean suburban, It has a 4.3 L engine with a timing chain. Chevrolet didn't badge the Tahoe until 1995.
Work Truck. It was a basic model introduced for company use with very few frills.
If you mean "inertia switch", it doesn't have one. That's a Ford thing.
It stands for Inflatable Restraint sensor might be faulty
it is the air bag system ,drivers side only, not working
Brand name Chevrolet is Chevrolet.
I believe that is for your inflatable restraint system. Have your air bag systems checked.
on my Buick, when starting car it means it's checking the airbag inflater. If it stays on somethings wrong with the inflater.
It has to do with the Air Bag system.it stands for inflatable restraint could be anything from airbag simly being unpluged to a short
There is no such word. -You may mean "caprice" -which is given to sudden, unpredictable actions
It is the airbag light. If the light stays solid, it means your airbag needs service. If it flashes, it's just self testing.
It means nothing, but is instead the last name of the founder of the company. Chevrolet comes from the man who founded Chevy, Louis Chevrolet.
If you mean Corsica, that would be Chevrolet.
Z71 is the offroad package for Chevrolet 4x4s
I didn't think it was lost. Or did you mean founded?