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by Kuhnman » 05 Sep 2010, 03:09
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by MatDesign84 » 04 Nov 2011, 08:23
by Ozark Lee » 04 Nov 2011, 10:27
MatDesign84 wrote:Im not sure why mine is on since I just got the car, where can I start looking im not sure where all of the air bag connectors are.
by MatDesign84 » 14 Dec 2011, 05:30
Ozark Lee wrote:MatDesign84 wrote:Im not sure why mine is on since I just got the car, where can I start looking im not sure where all of the air bag connectors are.
There are 4 SRS devices. The steering wheel air bag, the passengers side air bag above the glove box, and both front seat belts in the reel assemblies.
You have SIPS on your car but that is not electronically triggered.
The SRS control module is located under the center console behind the shifter.
The most common failure point is the clock spring connecter in the steering wheel. DO NOT try to use an ohm meter to try to test the devices, that can cause them to trigger.
by Ozark Lee » 14 Dec 2011, 14:49
After a bit of research I found out that if one of your seatbelts is difficult to get out that it might be that it had been triggered. I am fairly sure the passenger side front of my car has been in a slight accident before my ownership. That side seat belt is rough to get out at times and usually has to be pulled out slow and loosened up and pulled again etc. to get it all the way out to wear. Volvo states you need to replace both sides to clear the code, is this just a money racket?
by pipboxer » 19 Mar 2012, 01:41