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    Default 2007 Silverado Service Air Bag

    Where are the air bag sensors! Look underneath around front bumpers, I see nothing. What do I have to remove to find them? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by se3racing View Post
    Where are the air bag sensors! Look underneath around front bumpers, I see nothing. What do I have to remove to find them? Thanks!
    Don't touch anything on your airbag system. Simply don't. One wrong move and you'll have to have the whole restraint system repaired. Thank your government, bite the bullet, and take it to a qualified technician.

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    Quote Originally Posted by se3racing View Post
    Where are the air bag sensors! Look underneath around front bumpers, I see nothing. What do I have to remove to find them? Thanks!
    Hello,

    I see that your service air bag light came on. If you are interested into going to the dealership, I can assist you with that. I am happy to locate the dealership and can even make the appointment. Private message me if I can be of assistance.

    Sincerely,

    Jennifer T.
    GM Customer Care

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    They are there. You just need to know what to look for. If you don't know what you are doing, then I would not touch them. If you know how to disconnect and discharge the system then go for it. It is actually very easy to do.I am sure if you look around enough then you will find out how. After you disconnect and discharge the system it is as simple as unbolting the sensor and undoing a electrical clip.

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