Info

Test point 1

Ignition

circuit, driver codes 04, 05,

2. Attach the special tool 9516 instead of the airbag unit.

135_96

3. Clear the fault memory.

4. Check whether the fault appears again.

a) If the fault does not appear again, replace the airbag unit.

b) If the fault appears again, disconnect plug connection to the contact unit and attach special tool 9516/1.

129_96

5. Clear the fault memory.

6. Check whether the fault appears again.

a) If the fault does not appear again, replace the contact unit.

b) If the fault appears again, check the wiring harness for c) If no fault is found on the wiring harness, replace the triggering

Proceed as described below to determine whether the fault was eliminated:

1. Clear the fault memory.

2. Switch off ignition.

3. Remove ignition key.

4. Switch on ignition.

Test point 2

Ignition circuit, passenger Fault codes 10, 11,

1. Disconnect the plug connection to the passenger's airbag unit.

2. Attach the special tool 9516 in conjunction with special tool 9566.

Shorts Vector Image

3. Clear the fault memory.

4. Check whether the fault appears again.

a) If the fault does not appear again, replace the passenger's airbag b) If the fault appears again, check the wiring harness for pinches c) If no fault is found on the wiring harness, replace the triggering Proceed as described below to determine whether the fault was eliminated:

Test point 3

Supply voltage Fault code 03

2. Inspect the plug connection on the triggering unit for corrosion. The warning light is on as long as the limit value is exceeded or not

Test point 4

Airbag

Fault warning light codes 01, 02

1. Inspect the fuse for the supply voltage (terminal 15) for the instru-

2. Inspect the bulb and replace it if necessary.

3. Inspect the lead from the triggering unit pin 7 to the warning light for

Was this article helpful?

0 0
Do It Yourself Car Diagnosis

Do It Yourself Car Diagnosis

Don't pay hundreds of dollars to find out what is wrong with your car. This book is dedicated to helping the do it yourself home and independent technician understand and use OBD-II technology to diagnose and repair their own vehicles.

Get My Free Ebook


Post a comment