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Chevrolet Cruze Repair Manual: SIR Identification Views

Chevrolet Cruze Repair Manual / Restraints / SIR Identification Views

The SIR Identification Views shown below illustrate the approximate location of all SIR components available for the vehicle. This will assist in determining the appropriate SIR Disabling and Enabling for a given service procedure, refer to SIR Disabling and Enabling.

  1. Front End Sensor--Located under the hood at the front right side of the vehicle
  2. Front Hood Assist Rod--A gas shock located under the front hood on the passenger side
  3. I/P Air Bag--Located at the top right under the instrument panel
  4. Roof Rail Air Bag--Located under the headliner, extending from the passenger front windshield pillar to the passenger rear windshield pillar
  5. Right Front Side Impact Sensor (SIS)--Located behind the door panel on the right front passenger door
  6. Sensing and Diagnostic Module (SDM)--Located underneath the center console
  7. Passenger Presence System (PPS)--Located on the passenger front seat underneath the seat bottom trim
  8. Seat Belt Pretensioner--Located under the passenger front seat on the left rear side
  9. RF Side Impact Air Bag--Located on the seat back of passenger seat
  10. Seat Belt Retractor Pretensioner--Located under the trim near the bottom of the center pillar on the passenger side of vehicle
  11. Right Rear Side Impact Sensor (SIS)--Located behind the door panel on the right rear passenger door
  12. Inflator Module for Roof Rail Air Bag--Located behind the garnish molding on the upper rear pillar
  13. Rear Hood Assist Rod--A gas shock located under the rear truck lid on the passenger side
  14. Rear Hood Assist Rod--A gas shock located under the rear truck lid on the driver side
  15. Inflator Module for Roof Rail Air Bag--Located behind garnish molding on the upper rear pillar
  16. Left Rear Side Impact Sensor (SIS)--Located behind the door panel on the left rear passenger door
  17. Seat Belt Retractor Pretensioner--Located under the trim near the bottom of the center pillar on the driver side of vehicle
  18. LF Side Impact Air Bag--Located on the seat back of driver seat
  19. Seat Belt Pretensioner--Located under the driver front seat on the right rear side
  20. Left Front Side Impact Sensor (SIS)--Located behind the door panel on the left front driver door
  21. Roof Rail Air Bag--Located under the headliner, extending from the driver front windshield pillar to the driver rear windshield pillar
  22. Steering Wheel Air Bag--Located on the steering wheel
  23. Front Hood Assist Rod--A gas shock located under the front hood on the driver side
  24. Vehicle Battery--Located under the hood on the left side
  25. Front End Sensor--Located under the hood at the front left side of the vehicle
Restraints
Specifications Module Power, Ground, and MIL Front Impact Sensor, Retractors, and Driver/Passenger Air Bags Side Impact Sensors and Side/Roof Air Bags Air Bag Indicator and Disab ...

SIR Service Precautions
SIR Service Precautions Warning: When performing service on or near the SIR components or the SIR wiring, the SIR system must be disabled. Failure to observe the correct procedure could cause depl ...

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Brake Fluid
The brake/clutch master cylinder reservoir is filled with DOT 3 brake fluid as indicated on the reservoir cap. There are only two reasons why the brake fluid level in the reservoir might go down: Х The brake fluid level goes down because of normal brake lining wear. When new linings are in ...

Hood Primary Latch Release Cable Replacement
Preliminary Procedure Remove hood primary latch release cable handle. Refer to Hood Primary Latch  Release Cable Handle Replacement. Remove the front bumper fascia. Refer to Front Bumper Fascia Replacement Remove the radiator grille support. Refer to Radiator Grille Reinforcem ...

Infants and Young Children
Everyone in a vehicle needs protection! This includes infants and all other children. Neither the distance traveled nor the age and size of the traveler changes the need, for everyone, to use safety restraints. In fact, the law in every state in the United States and in every Canadian province ...

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