Owners of some 2005 Chevrolet Corvettes may experience an SIR lamp after depressing the horn for more than 5 seconds or using the horn two or three times in succession. A current or history code B0104 or B0101 may be set in the SDM.
Make sure the horn bracket is properly attached and torqued to the skid bar assembly of the frame. If the concern still exists, advise the customer that Engineering is investigating the concern.
TIP: Replacing the SDM or the sensors will not resolve the concern.
- Thanks to Paul Radzwilowicz, GM TechLink, February 2005
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Created On: Fri, Jul 18, 2014 at 10:09 PM
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