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Hey,How is everybody doing.Im new to the forum and this is my first question-(Cry for help).I pulled the codes on the SIR because I have a infla. restra. light that wont go out.My fasten seat belt light isnt coming on either.I come up with 13,24,and 34...with 12 of course.Ive looked high and low for the code definitions,with no luck.Anybody have any ideas?.....Thanks,Mark
Its a 1991....L98...Wow...none of the codes are air bag related...The inflatable restraint light is irritating.Im probably going to have to have a shop put a scan tool on it.I think thats the only way to reset the IR light anyways.
Last edited by Sparkostatic; 09-12-2008 at 05:16 PM.
Usually this happens on 90 Vettes but a 91 I thought they corrected the problem. Anyway it sounds like the right front frame sensor is bad or has a grounding problem. DISCONNECT THE BATTERY when doing any work on this system. Remove the side gill panel behind the right side wheel. Then you have to remove the washer solvent tank to get to the sensor. You will see a small square sensor sitting on top of the frame near the firewall. Remove it and take a Dremel tool or Drill with a small drum sander on it and clean the paint and rust off the frame where the sensor sits. Also clean the bottom of the sensor really well and put a good coating of Dielectric Grease on the bottom of the sensor and frame and re-install it. I used small star washers on the bolts to dig in and make a better ground. You could do the drivers side too while your at it. RE CONNECT the Battery and clear your codes out. If this don't work you probabally have a bad sensor. You will have to unplug them and check OHM'S on em to find out which one is bad. Pipe