His last activity was over a year ago. You may choose to go with a color match or upgrade to a custom color seat belt! Best regards Juan could be a decrease in the battery voltaje?? If you have some errors memored inside airbag electronic control unit, tell me about, and I will assist you to fix them! After that connect blue connector from car harness to green connector on comm 2000. Connect green connector on airbag unit. The fault you show indicates that the Igniter resistance measured by the Airbag controller exceeded the maximum allowable spec - the Upper Limit. If it doesn't, then you know you've got a wiring problem between that connector and the module, or a bad module.
Touch a bare metal ground to ground yourself during this to discharge any static electricity or even better, wear a grounding strap. Nothing to worry about - go back to drinking tea with Grandma if you feel uncomfortable checking it out. The sensor is at the bottom of the door pillar inside sill I changed mine over from one side to the other and re-run Vagcom it shown the fault had was now on the opposite side so that told me it was a faulty sensor. See your local dealer for details if you did not receive a letter in the mail. Do you know any Thread or can you explain to me please where it's that sensor located and how I can change it? It will most likely be a torx screw, but there are some that use a particular size drill bit to make it difficult to tamper with the airbag. Plugs seem to be in fully, I've come to the conclusion that I have to do the mod here.
I had the same fault code on my Audi A4, I did the soldering thing, it turned out to be a faulty sensor in the door pillar. There will be two different connectors to undo. Therefore this error appears: driver side igniter n95 short to earth. They also ran the diagnostic which is giving off the code B1100. As a professional post-accident restoration company, we provide our services nationwide to businesses and individuals working with salvage vehicles and rebuildables. Reconnect car battery and turn the key. The most popular are shown above.
Fault code may have to be deleted after the battery is reconnected. Can anyone please confirm this? After driver's airbag deployment, the supply cable connection plug of the igniter was burned on the pins contact area. That is why we offer Lifetime Warranty on all off our repairs! You will have to remove all the trim from top to bottom it only clips on, its a pain at first but easier as you progress, use a wide bladed tool to ease the trim off. We prefer that guests take part in our community and we offer a lot in return to those willing to join our corner of the Porsche world. There is an easy solution for that problem. How else can we help? It is a crying scandal that you cannot take the time or be bothered to build us, what sanity knows we need, an odorless and noiseless staid little electric brougham.
Because my day job always gets involved with electro-hydraulics and heavy machinery diesel fuel systems , I started exploring the cars wiring and grounding system. Start with the top trim and work your way down. I plugged in and it showed error code 01218 passenger seat side airbag igniter N200 resistance upper limit exceeded. Now we can access the plugs to fully remove the airbag. I recall someone else saying they solved this error code by doing that.
This allowed me to use 3 connectors instead of 6. The seat belt connectors also go bad and pop codes. Having said this it will probably come on tomorrow knowing my luck! Once I removed the plug from the seat there looked like there was enough wiggle room and I wanted a cleaner install so I decided to depin the plug and not use extension wires. This also applies to error code 01217 for the driver's side seat. Step 2: Reinsert airbag into the steering wheel. All donations go to the costs operating and maintaining this site.
Quote: I'm not sure I'd want to be checking the resistance of an explosive charge. My airbag had only one blue connector marked level 1. The single stage-airbag has a single plug or connector and a dual-stage has two plugs with four wires that leads to a single connector. Quick search on Google gave me 90% chance of comm 2000 failure. Re-scan, see if anything changes. Bring this thread back to life. They tried to clear the fault but it came back immediately and they said the fault probably lay in the clockspring behind the steering wheel.
Forces measured on the head of the dummy with the airbag indicate little or no risk of serious head injury. The blue arrows indicate the plug. Make sure you get the exact replacement part as some are threaded and some bolt through. Make sure no wires get caught and mashed between components when you put the airbag in. Airbag igniter is the same thing like a gun bullet percussion cap, and is placed inside airbag module, see picture no. I've got a similar problem that my airbag light randomly comes on. Then you must repair the driver's front airbag igniter connection plug, because there is a bad contact with the new airbag module socket.
Any more info just fire a Pm across to me and I'll try help you out if you turn the steering wheel round whilst looking at the back of it, you should see 2 holes. I was wondering how easy are the slip rings to remove or am i better off giving it to a dealer to do? Even you find continuity on all wires, the problem is cable plug, see no. I'm thinking that 01217 is the repaired under-seat wiring and 00588 is likely to be an intermittent fault in the clockspring. I then performed the process of calling warning messages on the dashboard using the operating lever. There are 2 spaces where the hook can catch, press down the hook as you gently pull the wire out. Their addicts only do harm to their own lives: you poison the lungs of the innocent, your din dithers the peaceful, and on choked roads hundreds must daily die by chance-medley.
My first post, so not sure if it's in the right forum. Replace the bad igniter supply cable plug with a new or in good condition one, and reset the airbag control module by erasing error s memored. Thank you for your help!!!! This was usual for a long time. Reason for this is a resistance is being built up due to the multi-plug therefore having no multi-plug means having no resistance. Plug lume blue connector to the comm 2000 green connector. Until now First I had to be sure it was the clock sprint that failed. We specialize in seat belt repairs and airbag module reset services after accident, so you can save money without sacrificing quality.