64 problems related to air bag light on have been reported for the 2009 Chevrolet Impala. The most recently reported issues are listed below. Please also check out the statistics and reliability analysis of the 2009 Chevrolet Impala based on all problems reported for the 2009 Impala.
Service airbag light comes on intermittently and then goes off. I took it took the dealership and they couldn't replicate it. This has has more than one time. I'm concerned that this can cause an issue during a front end collision. Multiple Chevrolet Impala owners have the same issue and gm won't stand behind this. Same for the power door locks, driver door doesn't always open. Same issue and since they can't replicate it, they say keep an eye on it. Concerned if the door won't unlock sometimes. Air pressure monitoring system & stability trak monitors also seem to have issues. The sensors on the car constantly go off and my vehicle has less than 65,000 miles on a 9 year old car. Concerned when driving it if it's just a sensor issue or a real problem that can cause a safety concerned when driving and Chevrolet doesn't want to do anything concerning the issue. I've already paid 645. 00 for the actuator, 345. 00 for the tire monitoring system and I keep getting told keep an eye on the service airbag issue cause they can't replicate it.
Service air bag light keeps coming on and off. There should be a recall against something like this with safety involved.
Airbag light comes on and service airbag is displayed. This is not related to the current recall about the passenger airbag. I took it in to the dealership for the passenger airbag recall hoping it would fix it. It did not.
At around 140,000 miles I noticed my service airbag light coming on and off. Overtime it continued turning on and off staying on more frequent than being off. I brought it to the dealership for a recall that affected the airbags. They told me they just had to wrap some wires that go underneath the seat and that was it. However this did not turn my airbag light off and I have gotten no help from any dealership or online forums. I believe chevy should recall this as many other individuals with Impalas are experiencing the same issue. As to the seat problem. Where my seat comes together at the low back, it shifts and moves around. The dealership said they could fix it at $900. They said they would have to find a new seat and then put my cushions and upholstery on it.
Approx 2 weeks after having a recall repair completed for passenger presence sensor 36110, my airbag light is on. Now the dealer wants to charge me $250 to clean connectors. How would they get dirty? dlr says they have to remove both fronts seats to do this repair. I never had an airbag light prior to the recall repair.
Tl - takata recall. - the contact owns a 2009 Chevrolet Impala. The contact received notification of NHTSA campaign number: 16v507000 (air bags, electrical system). The repair was done. However, the contact stated that the failure occurred when the air bag light illuminated and stayed on. The vehicle was taken back to the dealer. The vehicle was not repaired. "parts distribution disconnect". Bd.
The contact owns a 2009 Chevrolet Impala. After the vehicle was serviced per NHTSA campaign number: 16v507000 (air bags, electrical system), the air bag warning indicator illuminated continuously. The vehicle was taken back to the dealer, but was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 99,000.
We brought vehicle in for recall for wiring harness repair back in August because airbag light was on. Dealership wrapped the wires. 3 weeks later airbag light was on again. Brought back to dealership and they told us wires were damaged and wiring connector need to be replaced which was not part of recall. Paid $329. When I read recall online, it clearly states the wires should be inspected before applying the tape and if not wiring should be replaced for no charge. I filed complaint with gm and they contacted dealership who still says wires are not part of recall. Advised word for word of recall and no have to go to dealership with paperwork. My child is driving this car and was told by the dealership this is not a safety issue and we could have left it as is. Really?.
Chev recall #16v507000 reported a problem with the air bag sensor on the passenger seat side. I reported that I had the recall notice but that I also had the same problem with the air bag but on the driver side. When the air bag light came on, I could get it to turn off by moving the driver's seat back and forth and/or up and down. This seems to be the same type of problem reported in the recall for the passenger seat. At the dealership,the car computer verified the driver side air bag problem. When I took the care in for the recall, they checked the passenger seat wiring under warranty but charged me $130. 12 to get the driver's seat wiring fixed. They said the recall was only for the passenger seat. Seems gm doesn't care if the driver gets killed or injured.
The contact owns a 2009 Chevrolet Impala. While driving, the driver side air bag warning indicator illuminated. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the connector needed to be cleaned. The vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 51,626.
The contact owns a 2009 Chevrolet Impala. The contact stated that the air bag warning indicator illuminated. The vehicle was previously repaired per NHTSA campaign number: 16v507000 (air bags, electrical system); however, the vehicle experienced the failure referenced in the recall. The manufacturer was notified of the failure, but offered no assistance to repair the vehicle. The approximate failure mileage was 70,912.
The contact owns a 2009 Chevrolet Impala. While driving at an unknown speed, the air bag warning indicator illuminated. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the passenger presence sensor module wire needed to be repaired. The vehicle was not repaired. The vehicle was included in NHTSA campaign number: 16v507000 (air bags, electrical system). The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 70,912.
I took my car to auto mall in brattleboro vt for the recall 36110 passenger seat occupant sensing. They had it all day said they fixed it but the airbag light is on and it still doesn't sense anyone in the passenger side seat. They also gave me a list of 9 codes that my car now has but didn't back in June 3 of which I know about tire and dead battery in my remote and my actuator door, the rest all have to do with electric issues. I think stemming from the original recall. I wouldn't pay 90. 00 to have it coded again so I looked up the codes myself and they are all loop open circuit and one is second row seat belt pretensioner deployment control. Seems to me that there is more than wrapping the wires is going to fix, I think it all has to do with the recall but they refuse to do anything. I don't even know what they did wrap or change the housing?? my codes are as follows b0223 b3060 b3031 b1325/3 b0074 c0755 boo1b/4 b0021/04. Help please all I want iis to be able to get my car inspected. As I said I had no codes until this started when the same dealer changed my pps module back a few months ago which was a recall too. When my abs light came on and traction control and loss of power. After auto mall fixed that the airbag light came on. They had the nerve to ask if I had mice living in my car. . .
Takata recall. The contact owns a 2009 Chevrolet Impala. The contact stated that the service air bag warning indicator illuminated. The contact later received notification of an unknown manufacturer recall for the air bags. The dealer repaired the vehicle; however, days later, the air bag warning indicator illuminated again. The vehicle was taken back to the dealer twice, but they could not replicate the failure. The vehicle was taken back again with the service air bag warning indicator still lit. The dealer indicated that the wire harness was faulty and needed to be replaced under the front passenger side seat. The manufacturer was not notified. The failure mileage was not available.
The contact owns a 2009 Chevrolet Impala. While driving 65 mph, the service air bag light illuminated. The vehicle was not diagnosed nor repaired. The contact informed the manufacturer of the failure and no repairs were made. The failure mileage was 69,600.
For the last year or so I have dealt with several issues that started happening all of a sudden and all at once. For starters, my air bag indicator come on and off when I drive at any speed. An independent mechanic could not diagnose it and the dealership attempted to diagnose it and all he said was I needed to replace my air bags which would have cost roughly $3400. 00. In addition to that, my abs indicator began going on and off and has caused my car to feel as if it was on a hydroplane mode. When it turns on it occasionally makes my car jerk on the road. I went to an auto supply store for diagnosis and was told there was no reading so nothing was wrong, dealership said the same. The light shut off and it was like deja vu all over again. Also, I have had to replace the door actuators at least one to two times a year because they continue to break. Finally, my new batteries the last few of years have been completely drained for no apparent reason and I had to replace it several times due to damaged batteries even though I replace it with brand new car batteries.
Takata recall - not sure if this is the type in my car but the air bag on the passenger side has failed. I constantly have a service air bag light that comes on and off. I have researched and this seems to have happened in several of this year and model, even some recalls but not yet to my VIN.
While driving home from work my car started jerking the esc came on engine light traction control system pulled over almost got hit by two other cars . Also the airbag lights been on the sensors have all been replaced and new front airbags.
Service air bag light comes on. Intermittent some times, then stays on for weeks. 63,000 miles.
Service air bag light is on at 64000 miles. Looks like chevy needs to fix the problem. Went to the dealer and they have tried numerous things. Keep getting told to come back it could be this one other thing.
Airbag service message and airbag light goes on and off. Paid 269. 36 4/22/2016 so it would pass state inspection. Light stayed off for about two months, now it is giving us the same problem. Returned to dealer, said cost to repair with new harness in the drivers seat would be around 250. 00 more. The general has a huge problem here.
There has been an consent issue occurring with my vehicle's airbag light coming on. Every time I take it to the dealership I pay $100 for a diagnostic test for them to tell me they are unsure of the issue, but they reset the system for the light to turn off. 4 to 6 months goes by and the light comes on "again". As of right now I do not feel safe that my vehicle will protect me down the highway and I would like and investigation to be opened. Thank you for your time and concern. Have a great day.
The contact owns a 2009 Chevrolet Impala. When the passenger seat was moved, the air bag warning indicator illuminated. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where it was remedied per NHTSA campaign number: 16v507000 (air bags, electrical system); however, the failure recurred. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The failure mileage was approximately 114,000.
Air bag light comes on repeatedly.
Summary: October 19, 2015 vehicle safety complaint air bag system alarming, as air bag light is on all the time for all conditions stationary, in motion, on a city street or a highway, turning. Air bag alarm light turned on for more than one week. Previous corrective actions implemented by Chevrolet dealership are in question and not effective as the issue has returned. Previous incident reported for same issue July 2014 odi numner 10615989 electrical connector issues were diagnosed by the dealership, dealership identified fretting failures, implemented corrective actions. Dealer is charging service fees for safety related air bag failures, the dealer should not be charging fees for repairs, this issue should be treated as a recall. The dealer should not be passing cost of repairs to the customer for vital safety systems of the equipment.