my airbag light would stay on then go off after a few minutes but now it stays on 2005 Buick LaCrosse

by in Minneapolis, MN on August 22, 2014
2 answers 6 comments
ANSWER by on August 22, 2014
SCAN CODES AND POST
COMMENT by on August 22, 2014
What?
ANSWER by on August 22, 2014
Need to bring it to a shop that has a 'scanner' that will read SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) codes , to determine where the problem may be. That is the first step in diagnosing WHY the light is on. If needed , post the DTCs (codes) they retrieve here , for further assistance. NOTE= post code #s , NOT just the descriptions.
COMMENT by on August 22, 2014
thank you. any chance this has to do with the ignition recall with GM or 2 separate issues?
COMMENT by on August 22, 2014
not a clue on that , check with dealer. Was your car involved with that recall?
COMMENT by on August 22, 2014
yes involved in recall
COMMENT by on August 22, 2014
IF the SRS problem did not exist before the recall was done , I would probably inquire with dealer that performed the recall and maybe get code(s) read , then if related to recall work(loose connection somewhere for example) I would expect it fixed no-charge. However , if it proves to be un-related , have them give you a detail of the code(s) #s and post here , maybe someone can help.
COMMENT by on August 22, 2014
here are the codes B0092-passenger presence trouble. 56-PPS internal fault or no communication he tightened wires and light gone for now? but he said if comes back replace module, does that sound right?