I'm doing some research before going to the dealer to do some test driving. I'm going to be replacing my 03 Suburban, and I'm toying with the idea of a crew cab truck instead of the Suburban. One of the main reasons for the suburban is our 2 85lb German Shepherds - they get the back cargo area to themselves. In the crew cab, they'd be stuck with the floor in the back seat... anyone have a tape measure handy that could grab a dimension measurement for me? With driver seat in comfortable position, looking for measurement from back of rear seat at the floor to the back wall area of the cab, with
you didn't fall for anything. The SIR Coil/Clock spring has been the cause of some of the error messages you are seeing. There's been two sources of the error, thus far. One is the steering wheel SIR Coil/clockspring and/or the steering wheel airbag module. The other source is the inboard driver seat airbag connector. Is the button issue new?
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I would advise that you take it to the dealer and make them hook up to it while it is not working. If it's not working when you take it in later, they may tell you to bring it back when it's not working. Whether they have the loaner or not, at least if they can connect with the vehicle, they can grab any data logs needed
yes it will be available in November to order. It's on the build-and-price now.
open a case with chevy customer care
it's a warranted repair. you're entitled to a loaner vehicle, doesn't matter if it's the selling dealer or not. if the fix is replacing airbags, why wouldnt you want it? now, maybe I would not want them to that as a "maybe" step, but to be sure that's the fix before proceeding.
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