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    So Iíve found lots of good posts regarding the passenger seat sensor and airbag fault lights on here. I switched my Onyx interior to the red/onyx seats. My original onyx seat passenger sensor has GM #92216444 but Iíve been seeing GM #92225595 listed for this part. Did 92225595 supersede 92216444? Guessing I can use my original one in place of 5595, correct?C153E0AD-A5BF-4217-9620-26A997091A49.jpeg

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    Quote Originally Posted by oddstuff63 View Post
    So Iíve found lots of good posts regarding the passenger seat sensor and airbag fault lights on here. I switched my Onyx interior to the red/onyx seats. My original onyx seat passenger sensor has GM #92216444 but Iíve been seeing GM #92225595 listed for this part. Did 92225595 supersede 92216444? Guessing I can use my original one in place of 5595, correct?C153E0AD-A5BF-4217-9620-26A997091A49.jpeg
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