Test point

Ignition circuit, side airbag 1. Pull off plug on the side airbag unit. Fault codes 12, 13, 14, 15, 28, 29, 30, 31, 40, 41

2. Connect special tools 9516 and 9516/2

3. Clear fault memory,

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4. Check whether the fault appears again.

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

b) If the fault appears again with the special tool, check the wiring harness for pinches and chafing damage.

c) If no faults are found on the wiring harness, replace the control

1. There is an open circuit in the wire to the sensor.

2. There is a short to ground / B+ between pin 3 Sensor for airbag and control module pin 20 or pin 21.

3. The sensor or control module is faulty.

Check wire to the sensor for open circuit / leakage resistance. If no fault is detected in the wire, replace sensor.

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