Question about 1993 Nissan 300ZX
Diagnosis of the system would normally require a scan tool. Since you just replaced the airbag on that side, logic says that it's the reason that the light is on. Did you replace it because it blew? Or was it for some other reason? Try disconnecting the battery for 30-60 minutes and then reconnecting it - it may be that since the bag was undone, the ECU has logged that fact and may need a reset to clear the SRS code. Try disconnecting the battery for an hour or so, or two, and then reconnecting it. Let me know as a reply on here if that worked, and we'll go from there if you still have the fault indication.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
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