Question about 2003 Hyundai Tiburon
If you go to a decent shop for service and they have decent scan tools you can bring up airbag codes and help isolate the problem. Better to find out the real problem instead of replacing working sensors. Lots of dealerships will just assume its a certain sensor without getting the wiring diagrams out and tracing. Wiring harnesses can become defective over time. Also I've seen in cars with systems that it will throw a low voltage airbag code because of an excessive power draw.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
Just browsing things with the 2003 year
I have one as well. Ive came across that problem with the blinker, ive fixed it too, its a relay on the BCM (the box with all the little fuses stuck to it) its a lot of work, de-soldering the relay and re-soldering a new one. u have to order the relay from texas, 12 bucks. or u can go to the dealer and have the bcm replaced at almost 700.00$$$
And the airbag light, is the check strap (the part of the seatbelt that you clik into) that needs to be replaced. driverside. if the dealer cant figure that out, shouldnt be working on cars.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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