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Where is squib circuit location indriver side in toyota corolla2007 ?

Open in driver side squib circuit in toyota corolla 2007

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The ground circuit for the driver side door switch is compromised, or the door switch is bad. Try this: Remove the black rubber cover from the door swich. Using a 10 millimeter wrench or socket, loosen & tighten the switch retention bolt. See if the dome light flickers. If so, the ground on the switch is bad, & just needs cleaned up. If not, remove the switch, and touch the wire behind the switch to the body,or the bolt hole. If the dome light lights, you need a door switch. Your problem is entirely in the door switch/ground/wiring. Hope this helps, and thanks for choosing FixYa.

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check the spiral cable assy. directly behind the steering wheel

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remove phillips scew and the door handle. remove padded arm rest on the door by lifting it up, and remove 2 screws. You can use a panel tool to remove the plastic toggle like pins holding the panel border in. Be as gentle as possible they may break due to becoming brittle.

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Hi i have just changed steering wheel on fiesta zetec 2003 for a ST150 2005 steering wheel will the air bags and connections be compatable with each other.


. Were did you check for codes ? an what are you checking with ? you need a factory scan tool to check for those type codes ? or the light flashes codes
Lamp Fault Code (LFC)
When the RCM detects a fault, it will cause the air bag indicator to flash a coded sequence called a LFC. The code is one digit. The digit is indicated by a number of flashes with a 0.5 second interval between pulses. There is a 5 second pause between each display of an LFC.
Each LFC is flashed five times after which the air bag indicator will remain lit as long as the key remains in the RUN position. If there are multiple LFCs, each LFC will flash in order of priority.
Each LFC has one or more associated DTC.
  1. Press TRIGGER. The RCM will run the On-Demand Self-Test and display On-Demand DTCs (reflecting hard system concerns) on the screen.


Restraints Control Module (RCM) DTC Index DTC LFC LFC Priority Description Action - Continuous 1 Air bag warning indicator is illuminated continuously Go To Pinpoint Test B . B1231 Continuous 3 Longitudinal acceleration threshold exceeded (Crash Occurred) Go To Pinpoint Test C . B1318 Continuous 4 Battery voltage low REFER to Section 414-00 . B1342 Continuous 2 RCM is defective DIAGNOSE and REPAIR other DTC(s) that are present. CLEAR the DTCs. REPEAT the self test. When or if DTC B1342 alone is present, INSTALL a new RCM. REFER to Restraints Control Module (RCM) in this section. CLEAR the DTCs. REPEAT the self test. B1462 N/A N/A Safety belt switch circuit failure Go To Pinpoint Test AN . B1869 Continuous or Tone 39 Lamp air bag warning indicator circuit open Go To Pinpoint Test AJ . B1870 Tone 41 Lamp air bag warning indicator circuit short to battery Go To Pinpoint Test AK . B1876 4 24 Safety belt driver pretensioner circuit failure Go To Pinpoint Test T . B1877 4 23 Safety belt driver pretensioner circuit open Go To Pinpoint Test S . B1878 4 22 Safety belt driver pretensioner circuit short to battery Go To Pinpoint Test R . B1879 4 36 Safety belt driver pretensioner circuit short to ground Go To Pinpoint Test AF . B1880 4 27 Safety belt passenger pretensioner circuit failure Go To Pinpoint Test W . B1881 4 26 Safety belt passenger pretensioner circuit open Go To Pinpoint Test V . B1882 4 25 Safety belt passenger pretensioner circuit short to battery Go To Pinpoint Test U . B1883 4 38 Safety belt passenger pretensioner circuit short to ground Go To Pinpoint Test AH . B1885 4 37 Safety belt driver pretensioner circuit resistance low on squib Go To Pinpoint Test AG . B1886 4 39 Safety belt passenger pretensioner circuit resistance low on squib Go To Pinpoint Test AI . B1915 3 10 Air bag driver circuit failure Go To Pinpoint Test F . B1916 3 8 Air bag driver circuit short to battery Go To Pinpoint Test D . B1920 3 13 Air bag passenger circuit failure Go To Pinpoint Test I . B1925 3 11 Air bag passenger circuit short to battery Go To Pinpoint Test G . B1932 1 9 Air bag driver circuit open Go To Pinpoint Test E . B1933 2 12 Air bag passenger circuit open Go To Pinpoint Test H . B1934 1 29 Air bag driver inflator circuit resistance low on squib Go To Pinpoint Test Y . B1935 2 31 Air bag passenger inflator circuit resistance low on squib Go To Pinpoint Test AA . B1936 3 28 Air bag driver circuit short to ground Go To Pinpoint Test X . B1938 3 30 Air bag passenger circuit short to ground Go To Pinpoint Test Z . B1992 5 14 Driver side, side mount air bag circuit short to VBATT Go To Pinpoint Test J . B1993 5 32 Driver side, side mount air bag circuit short to ground Go To Pinpoint Test AB . B1994 5 15 Driver side, side mount air bag circuit open Go To Pinpoint Test K . B1995 5 33 Driver side, side mount air bag low resistance on squib Go To Pinpoint Test AC . B1996 6 17 Passenger side, side mount air bag circuit short to VBATT Go To Pinpoint Test M . B1997 6 34 Passenger side, side mount air bag circuit short to ground Go To Pinpoint Test AD . B1998 6 18 Passenger side, side mount air bag circuit open Go To Pinpoint Test N . B1999 6 35 Passenger side, side mount air bag low resistance on squib Go To Pinpoint Test AE . B2117 5 16 Driver side, side mount air bag low capacitance on squib Go To Pinpoint Test L . B2118 6 19 Passenger side, side mount air bag low capacitance on squib Go To Pinpoint Test O . B2141 5Hz 6 NVM configuration failure RECONFIGURE the RCM. REFER to Section 418-01 . B2226/ B2227/ B2855/ B2856 N/A N/A Front crash sensor failure Go To Pinpoint Test AR . B2228/ B2230/ B2232/ B2234 N/A N/A Air bag driver, 2nd stage fault Go To Pinpoint Test AL . B2229/ B2231/ B2233/ B2235 N/A N/A Air bag passenger, 2nd stage fault Go To Pinpoint Test AM . B2433/ B2434/ B2435 N/A N/A Buckle switch, driver failure Go To Pinpoint Test AO . B2437/ B2438/ B2439 N/A N/A Buckle switch, passenger failure Go To Pinpoint Test AP . B2477 Continuous 7 Module configuration failure Check for correct RCM for this vehicle. RECONFIGURE the RCM. REFER to Section 418-01 . B2853/ B2854/ B2873/ B2873/ U2027 5 20 Left side crash sensor internal fault/short to ground/VBATT/ID fault Go To Pinpoint Test P . B2852/ B2874/ B2875/ U2028 6 21 Right side crash sensor internal fault/short to ground/VBATT/ID fault Go To Pinpoint Test Q . C1947/ C1948/ C1982 N/A N/A Seat track position sensor, driver failure Go To Pinpoint Test AQ .

Oct 14, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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How do I fix airbags with codes b0101 and b1181


posible you need a new clock spring under the stering wheel the codes you get say the circuit on the driver side squib

Sep 17, 2014 | 2007 Toyota Sienna

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B0106 squib circuit


did you google(using toyota directives>?)

Air bags bad.
get the FSM and read every word and the extreme dangers messing here.
no year stated
no model car. no car actually stated? wow.
no country.
SSDD.
ok go to alldata.com and read.
or buy the FSM.
Squib is the explosive device, is faulting.
a squib means a low power explosive.
used in big guns to test fire , or clear a barrel or for parades ,etc.
name was stolen to car industry.
in Viet Nam we called it a short round ( it was , short)
in the car they are shot gun load sizes, and are to be respected at all times. killed many a would be mechanic.

the bad reads open circuit , or the wire is cut or the connector bad
or the bag is SHOT.
random toy , i guessed for you .
http://library.worldtracker.org/Car%20Manuals/Toyota%20Echo%202000-2002%20Approved/techinfo.toyota.com/ileaf/02toyrm/02toypdf/02rmsour/2002/02echorm/di/rs/cib01065.pdf


FSM , DTC index list
Trouble Code Conditions:
* Open circuit in P squib wire harness or P- wire harness of squib * P squib malfunction * Airbag sensor assembly malfunction
Possible Causes:
  • *Front passenger airbag assembly (P squib)
  • * Airbag sensor assembly
  • * Wire harness

tread lightly fooling with air bags or BOOM.

Feb 13, 2014 | Toyota Cars & Trucks

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Airbag light on


B 1811. Open in driver side squib, 2nd step circuit.
The driver's side seat belt circuit is open. Remove the driver's side pillar cover, and look at the connector attached to the reel. Clean it with contact cleaner and place it back. If it does not solve the problem check the harness wiring for damage or broken wire.

Dec 09, 2013 | 2005 Toyota Corolla

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I HAVE A 2003 TOYOTA COROLLA WITH AIRBAG CODE B0133 SHORT IN P/T SQUIB RH CIRCUIT (B+). DOES ANY ONE KNOW WHAT USUALLY IS THE PROBLEM WITH THIS FAULT? OR WHAT I NEED TO CHECK.


You have a problem with the pass seat belt or the wiring to it.P/T stands for pretensioner. when the air bag deploys the seat belts tighten.
Be carful with the seat belt it contains an explosive.

Sep 17, 2009 | 2003 Toyota Corolla

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Trying to locate fuse on 07 Toyota Corolla for radio-mirror-clock


There are two fuse boxses, one located underneth the dash on the drivers side kick panel, also one located under the hood on the passenger side fenderwell by the windshueld.

Mar 23, 2009 | 2007 Toyota Corolla

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Toyota code b1181


check the spiral cable assy. directly behind the steering wheel

Dec 21, 2008 | 2003 Toyota Corolla

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