Inflatable Restraint... air bag.
yes it will start. The infl. rest lamp is for inflatable restraint (airbag) the light will normally come on (flash) for 5 seconds or so when the key is put in the run position that's the air bag system doing a self check
The INFL REST light stays on in your 91 rs camaroRead more:The_INFL_REST_light_stays_on_in_your_91_rs_camaro
you dont have an airbag
on my Buick, when starting car it means it's checking the airbag inflater. If it stays on somethings wrong with the inflater.
diagnostic energy reserve module (Derm)
Inflatable restraint. Aka, your 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.
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.
No, however, it does mean the air bags won't work if there is an accident
It stands for Inflatable Restraint sensor might be faulty
b/c the battery is dead. b/c the battery is dead.
it is the air bag system ,drivers side only, not working
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
It is the airbag light. If the light stays solid, it means your airbag needs service. If it flashes, it's just self testing.
Clean all contacts. 99% of the time, that what it is. The contacts get moisture on them. Where are the contacts?
The infl rest light is just your airbag safety system it should blink a few times when the ignition is turned to on and then it should go out!!
INFL. REST. STANDS FOR INFLATABLE RESTRAINT. THERE IS AN AIR BAG READINESS LIGHT ON THE INSTRUMENT PANEL WHICH SHOWS INFL. REST. THIS LIGHT TELLS YOU IF THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH YOUR AIR BAG. YOU WILL SEE THIS LIGHT FLASH FOR A FEW SECONDS WHEN YOU TURN YOUR IGNITION TO "RUN" OR "START." THEN THE LIGHT SHOULD GO OUT, WHICH MEANS THE SYSTEM IS READY. IF THE AIR BAG READINESS LIGHT DOESN'T COME ON WHEN YOU START YOUR VEHICLE, OR STAYS ON, YOUR AIR BAG SYSTEM MAY NOT WORK PROPERLY.
I believe that is for your inflatable restraint system. Have your air bag systems checked.
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.
it's another way to say 'airbag'.
it means inflatable restrant probley your air bag it is either saying ur air bag is on and working or that iit is not working The air bag computer has stored a trouble code. You will need the factory service manual to retrieve the code and troubleshoot it.
If it blinks 6 times and then goes out after starting the engine. It means the system is functioning normally. If it stays lit or does not come up get it serviced. The air bag won't deploy in a crash.
Both could show inflammation of the involved cranial nerves or if there is some other pathology involved. The cost of both procedures is something to consider though. Whether or not they would be paid for by insurance would depend on how the cases are approach by your physician.