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Old 03-25-2009, 11:09 PM   #1
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well i was leaveing work to make the nightly deposit stopped at a stop sing hit the gas going about 5 mhps
then all of a sudden my pass air bag blew and broke my windshield has anyone ever have that happen to them really pisses me off to tell ya the truth had to clean my shorts afterwards lol
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I must say that'* the first I've heard of a air bag going off like that.
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i just looked through the forum didnt find anything either i kinda wish i woulda hit something then the insurance would of payed it off for me then i could buy a new bonneville
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Your airbag module is under your passenger side front seat under the carpet.
You must have a water leak on that side of the car.

This is not entirely unheard of.

Get yourself a used module...passenger side airbag...windshield.....have codes reset and your good to go.

Oh and find and fix that water leak.
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will check to see if i have a water leak anywhere and fix it man you know this happened about 3 hours ago and my ears are still ringing
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At least it wasn't the drivers air bag.
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where is the airbag fuse at so i can pull the fuse
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where is the airbag fuse at so i can pull the fuse
driver side fuse panel......9B IIRC
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well tonight i was leaving work again and this time all i did was turn on the car and BANG!!!!!!!!!!!!! right in the kisser and now my head really hurts like hell


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will the light stay off when i pull that fuse?
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well tonight i was leaving work again and this time all i did was turn on the car and BANG!!!!!!!!!!!!! right in the kisser and now my head really hurts like hell


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will the light stay off when i pull that fuse?
OMG!!

I'm so...sorry

Wow I really feel bad for you man.

Yes the light will stay on until you fix the problem.
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