Ours was doing it a lot. They ended up replacing a connection under the seat. They didn’t want to fix it until I told them to keep it until it’s fixed. Two weeks in and we haven’t heard a beep.So my Nov build EUV that I had brought in for airbag alert has wiring harness replaced but that did not fix it. I am starting to get 'SRS Restraint' alert appear on the center console multiple times and just had the red alert light come on. Nothing reported to OnStar yet. This will be repair #2 in 3 mo of ownership. I may be on my way to getting a Blazer EV (or 2023 Bolt EUV with another $6K back in my pocket) as replacement vehicle toward end of the year. Sigh...
Rental extended again running tab estimate now at $5K, still no parts. GM would have saved money leasing me a Tesla.
wow. Was wondering how you where doing.DIC, check connector X320 (Right Front Seat Harness to Body Harness) for corrosion or water damage
In my case, it was ultimately the driver seat airbag. Others here have other issues/fixes. I would not delay on reporting and getting another vehicle for an airbag issue as this mean life or death concern in an accident.I have a Nov built EUV. I'm also getting the service restraint system message. Is it a loose connector under the driver's seat? I can't just give the car I waited 11 months for to a dealer 60 miles away, and not have the use of the car for weeks. I will not except a gas car rental, or loaner. GM did a vin swap for my 2020 Bolt that was leased. 5 months left on the lease. I was planning on buying it out of the lease. What is the fix?
Good questionLooks like ID.4 owners are having airbag issues too. Wonder if GM and VW airbags come from the same factory.
Took it into the dealer and they fixed it in a few hours. They apparently needed to remote link to VW HQ to update the software that operates the airbag. I'm hoping that I won't have any other issues but from reading some of the posts on this board I'm quite doubtful...www.vwidtalk.com