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Old 04-27-2016, 11:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Single connector vs Dual connector air bags

Been trying to locate an ebony colored airbag for a 2008 Sierra with the single connector (single level airbag module) GM # 25917960.

I have not had ANY luck finding a used one anywhere (even LKQ) with the single connector. All I have been able to find are the dual connector ones.

Now im wondering if I replace the clockspring that has the two connectors can I just use a dual level airbag without any issue or can I use a dual level airbag and use my clockspring that has the single connector without any issue?

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BTW if anyone has an ebony single level airbag for grabs let me know

Below is a link to what i am looking for

https://www.dieselplace.com/forum/45-...bag-ebony.html


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Old 04-27-2016, 01:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Sometimes I sound like a shill for these guys, but honest, I have no connection other than I've dealt with them several times. They are called Schram Auto Parts, and you can google the name. They are a recycle yard (use the term "junk" and they'll probably boot you out) who specializes in GM vehicles. They are not cheap, generally around half the price of new, depending on the item you're looking for. They have at least two locations, one only about 5 miles from where I live and the other south of Lansing MI. You can go to their website and either search or just send them a message asking if they have it.

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Old 05-01-2016, 12:41 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I looked on there and gave them a ring. No luck. Thanks tho
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This is exactly what I am looking for with the exact part number of 25917960
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single plug bags are used in 2500hd/3500hd trucks,,2 plug bags are used in 1500/suburban/Tahoe/Yukon/avalanche/ trucks,if you use a 2 plug column harness ,there wont be an extra set of wires in the dash harness to go to the airbag module/sir module,
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heres a thought,,on ebay you can buy a ''gmc'' emblem,and it says to remove the 4 nuts on the back side of airbag and replace the metal emblem on the plastic face
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single plug bags are used in 2500hd/3500hd trucks,,2 plug bags are used in 1500/suburban/Tahoe/Yukon/avalanche/ trucks,if you use a 2 plug column harness ,there wont be an extra set of wires in the dash harness to go to the airbag module/sir module,

Thats interesting. I never knew the 2 connector airbags were for the 1500 series.

So even though my clockspring has one airbag connector, and if i cannot locate a single connector airbag but use a dual connector one, will it work?
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I think you would be better off buying a Silverado single plug bag and getting a ''gmc'' emblem off ebay for $29 and installing that,,i cant remember if anybody had problems with a 2 plug bag in a single plug truck,and I don't have any bags to try here at my shop right now,,there are 2 single plug airbags on ebay today,2500 vans use a single plug bag too
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Thats interesting. I never knew the 2 connector airbags were for the 1500 series.

So even though my clockspring has one airbag connector, and if i cannot locate a single connector airbag but use a dual connector one, will it work?




1500 series trucks have 2 sensors under the front behind the bumper


2500 only have 1 sensor




go on ebay and look up airbag covers,there are a couple youtube videos on how to change them,looks simple
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Will a dual connector airbag work in a single connector airbag system?

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