Question about Suzuki SX4
The light is on we connected the diagnosis plug and turned it off what is the problem
This is in the FSM. or call the dealer.
no year stated, and it varies by year
is the goal to defeat the bag>??????
Posted on Dec 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Turning off airbag
all you have to do is open your passenger door and on the dash by the ac, there is a little hole where you can insert your car key and turn in where it will then turn the passenger airbag off. I have never had to remove anything to turn it off, all you have to do is turn in with your key!!!
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
remove the battery cables and hold the positive and negative cables (WHILE NOT CONNECTED TO BATTERY!!!) together for about 2 minutes. This procedure will reset your vehicles KAM (keep alive memory) and will get rid of check engine/air bag lights as long as everything is connected properly
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
the computer knows that input data from a system has a problem,so disconnecting the battery will not help.
that is the procedure for working on it so that the airbags do not deploy.
a code scanner will tell you which part of the system,including a seatbelt latch,tensioner, or seat position sensor is defective.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
Testimonial: "thank you for your help , but i was trying to avoid paying to the " scanner ""
Ive worked at a Toyota Dealer for the past 11 years and yes this is normal. Nothing to worry about. Everything is working properly
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
HI I may have found y the airbag light goes off and on on pt cruisers. there is a pair of wires that connect to the seat air bag pod, the wires run down the seat and to a connector in th floor. after long in vestigation i found that even thou the wires have a conduit protecting them the wires run under the foam pad and over a steel bar, which caused 1 wire to be cut inside yet there was no tell tale sign from out side the sleeve, it was only when I disconected the battery and then the connector from the airbag and the floor connector removed it and run a meter on the two I found it. when i "pulled" the leads the outer sleeve stretched exposing the fault, the wire had a very clean break in it which was odd but the fault. note that only one wire powers the air bag, the other is a feed to the PCM, hence they are connected at the ends hence not easy to trace and with saftey in mind you must not put meters on the wires while connected to any part of the airbag
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
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