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Chevrolet Equinox Service Manual: Airbag Roof Side Rail Module Replacement Secondary Air Bag Modules

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Airbag Roof Side Rail Module Replacement Secondary Air Bag Modules

Airbag Roof Side Rail Module Replacement

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Warning:In order to prevent SIR deployment, personal injury, orunnecessary SIR system repairs, do not strike the door or the doorpillar in the area of the side impact sensor (SIS). Turn OFF theignition and remove the key when performing service in the area ofthe SIS.

Warning:Refer toSIR Warning.

Warning:Refer toSIR Inflator Module Handling and Storage Warning.

Preliminary ProceduresDisable the SIR system. Refer toSIR Disabling and Enabling.It is only necessary to lower the headliner. Only do those steps in headliner replacementthat will lower the headliner enough to gain access to the part. Refer toHeadlining Trim Panel Replacement.

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Roof Side Rail Inflatable Restraint Module Fastener (Qty:-6)

Caution:Refer toFastener Caution.

Tighten

9-Y (80-lb-in)

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Roof Side Rail Inflatable Restraint Module Assembly

ProcedureDisconnect the electrical connector.Remove the 3 push in retainers securing the roof side rail inflatable restraint moduleto the vehicle.Remove the roof side rail inflatable restraint module from the vehicle.Refer toPretensioner Handling and Scrapping.

Tip:The bolts and the push in fasteners are an integral part of the module and shouldremain with the module.

Airbag Instrument Panel Module Replacement (Terrain) Secondary Air Bag Modules
Airbag Instrument Panel Module ReplacementCalloutComponent NameWarning:Refer toSIR Inflator Module Handling and Storage Warning.Warning:Refer toSIR Warning.Preliminary ProceduresDisable the SIR system ...

Airbag Sensing and Diagnostic Module Replacement Secondary Air Bag Modules
Airbag Sensing and Diagnostic Module ReplacementCalloutComponent NameWarning:Do not strike or jolt the inflatable restraint sensing anddiagnostic module (SDM). Before applying power to the SDM, makesu ...

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The front wheels aim or steer the vehicle. The rear wheelscontrol tracking. This tracking action relates to the thrustangle-(3). The thrust angle is the path that the rearwheels take. Ideally, the thrust angle is geometrically alignedwith the body centerline-(2).In the illustration, toe-in is shown ...

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