Inflatable Restraint... air bag.
Inflatable Restraint is a common occurrence. When the light illuminates, a code is stored within the CCM (Central Control Module). The code stored indicates a sensor problem - possibly a faulty sensor ground or faulty sensor or sensors.
on my Buick, when starting car it means it's checking the airbag inflater. If it stays on somethings wrong with the inflater.
no what dose acclaim mean not gas and stuff
Inflatable restraint. Aka, your airbag
In Spanish, Camaro mean little friend. Camaro is French in origin, meaning companion. The Chevrolet Camaro was designed to compete with the Ford Mustang.
it's another way to say 'airbag'.
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.
Assuming you mean a CHEVROLET Camaro, the answer is General Motors.
There is no 2008 Camaro. If you mean the 2010 Camaro's the SS model is running $38-43K
No, however, it does mean the air bags won't work if there is an accident
it is the air bag system ,drivers side only, not working
I believe that is for your inflatable restraint system. Have your air bag systems checked.
It stands for Inflatable Restraint sensor might be faulty
Gas sensor? Not sure what you mean, could it be a Fuel gauge sensor? Oxygen sensor? Fuel pressure regulator?
I don't know which harness you mean but I believe they are the same but not 100% on it.
Brake system warning light.....
Account Batch Warning
Camaro is word that was invented by the Chevrolet corporation around 1966. In their announcement of the new car, they said "a camaro is a small, vicious animal that eats Mustangs."
That would mean the entire trans was switched to the earlier turbo 350 transmission. Mark
Do you mean did the 3.4L Camaro from years 1993-95 come with T-tops? yes. They did.