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SOURCE: Opel Vectra B, 00031 - Driver Airbag Squib Circuit High Resistance presence

It sounds like you have a bad clock spring unit located behind the steering wheel.What are the OBD11 codes.You have to be very carfull when servicing Air Bag systems you can set off the air bag and hurt yourself with static elec spark.

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Lamp Fault Code (LFC)
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23=Safing Sensor Circuit Input Feed/Return Circuit Open
24=Safing Sensor Output Feed/Return Circuit Open
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33 Passenger Side Air Bag Circuit High Resistance or Open
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35=Passenger Side Air Bag Circuit Low Resistance or Shorted
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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.

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Opel Vectra B, 00031 - Driver Airbag Squib Circuit High Resistance presence


It sounds like you have a bad clock spring unit located behind the steering wheel.What are the OBD11 codes.You have to be very carfull when servicing Air Bag systems you can set off the air bag and hurt yourself with static elec spark.

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32 - Driver Side Air Bag Circuit High Resistance or Open

Code is for driver air bag module circuit high resistance or open. Replaced yourself? Could be pinched wire.

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