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2001 corolla air bag replacement ,

I am replacing my air bags in this car , is there a module for them I cannot fint the air bag module if there is even one , the ecm is under the ash tray and lighter that I know , but I know on some cars you either have to replace or reset the module for the air bags , I have heard you do not have to replace it or but how do u get the air bag light out on this car , so I can get the new bags in so I do not make them deploy in the process. andy help , also where and which one is the fuse for the passenger side headlight ,I replaced both headlights and all bulbs are new and checked , I do not have the book on this car , thanks

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  • jack of all trades ,
    jack of all trades , Feb 09, 2009

    do u have to replace the module behind the steering wheel ? , do u just plug the new one in on these toyota corollas to shut the air bag light out ,

  • jack of all trades ,
    jack of all trades , Feb 09, 2009

    thanks for all this information , I lloked undre the radio in front of the console and the only thisng the it seem to be the ECM only is this where it is ,the ecm which is big , I do have a replacement center module but not the steering one yet , I will purchase this on ebay ,been a great help do u have an Pics of this ro point me in the direction of a manual online where I can look , thanks

  • jack of all trades ,
    jack of all trades , Mar 11, 2009

    OK this is for a 2001 toyota corolla le model ,I had to get the main seat belt module reset which was $50 , it is on the very botonm of the front console where you radio is , you have to look hard for it , also you have to replace the seat belt tensioners ,Which I am looking into now , there is only also module for them it is under the steering wheel and if it is not burnt it is still good , I am looking for the seat belts now , do NOT install tht module until you replace those belts or you light will stay on .or your bags will not work if you are in an accident ,. I will let you all know how I make out after I find the belts ,does anyone have a good set , .

  • TJ May 11, 2010

    I'm not sure your local dealer/body shop should be able to tell you.

  • TJ May 11, 2010

    Check the fuses with the headlights ON

  • TJ May 11, 2010

    I assume you are replacing them because they were deployed. The module for the steering wheel is in the wheel under the horn assembly on most vehicles. As far as the passenger side I'm not sure. The main deployment module should be mounted somewhere in the area of the front radiator support behind the bumper. Once the bags are replaced the computer should reset to acknowledge the repaired system. Check fuses with a 12 volt test light.

  • jack of all trades ,
    jack of all trades , Mar 16, 2014

    the headlight fuse in the the relay box behind the battery on the driverside , turn the cover upside down and it will tell which fuse and relay is which , I never really heard of a fuse going unless there is a short make sure you are getting power to the headlight plug 2 should get power and the 3rd is a ground (black) no power fuse ,power it is the bulb hope this helps

  • jack of all trades ,
    jack of all trades , Mar 16, 2014

    some are also on the passenger side so same solultion

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If you are replacing the air bags, you should replace the front left and right crash sensors, the spiral cable under the steering wheel, AND the center air bag sensor, which is in front of the console. If your car has seat-belt pretensioners and force limiters, you may have to replace them also. You will know this if the seat belts are "locked up". If you do not replace all of the parts, you may get a air-bag code, and the air bags may not deploy next time.

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