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Car wont start after pass. door bag inflated?

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  • starmotorspo Feb 09, 2009

    it was the BST.

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    craig pursloe May 11, 2010

    hi there have you tryed removing fuse number 11 its in the glove box this is the fuse for the air bag system please let me know

  • mark brown
    mark brown May 11, 2010

    Hi starmotorspo , you may find that the air bag control unit has cut the power supply to the fuel pump, check to see if you can here the fuel pump running when the ignition is switched on, as this is a safety feature.



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The BST activated.

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