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Old 01-23-2006, 11:15 AM   #11
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You don't actually have an "insufficient restraint" light do you?

Not sure your year, however all I've ever seen and heard on GM is using the brake to shift. And that'* standard on many automatics these days.

Step Mom'* Ford dings at you forever if you don't buckle up. It literally annoys you into wearing.
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Think maybe he'* seeing the "inflatable restraint" light upon start up?

I'll also confirm that there is no seatbelt interaction with the shift interlock.
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Think maybe he'* seeing the "inflatable restraint" light upon start up?

I'll also confirm that there is no seatbelt interaction with the shift interlock.
yup you got it, i just read it fast and didn't think

also i know why i wasn't able to get it out of park a few times, sometimes it is reallt stiff to get it out, i dont know why but it is.
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Think maybe he'* seeing the "inflatable restraint" light upon start up?

I'll also confirm that there is no seatbelt interaction with the shift interlock.
yup you got it, i just read it fast and didn't think

also i know why i wasn't able to get it out of park a few times, sometimes it is reallt stiff to get it out, i dont know why but it is.
I believe that the insufficient restraint lamp is next to the rear wheel steer lamp.
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Think maybe he'* seeing the "inflatable restraint" light upon start up?

I'll also confirm that there is no seatbelt interaction with the shift interlock.
yup you got it, i just read it fast and didn't think

also i know why i wasn't able to get it out of park a few times, sometimes it is reallt stiff to get it out, i dont know why but it is.
I believe that the insufficient restraint lamp is next to the rear wheel steer lamp.
and the Service CCR <- its actually listed in the FSM
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