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Re: wire is unplugged under driver seat! Wear do I plug...
Often there are 'UNUSED' wire harness connectors in various places on vehicles (i.e., heated seats for example when the vehicle didn't come with them). The best solution is to find out what trouble code exists in the SRSCM (Supplemental Restraint System Control Module). There are over 100 different codes/troubles which can turn on the AirBag light. Take the veh in to a Hyundai dealership to find out what code(s) has/have been stored in the SRSCM -- it simply might be a "History" code, like DSAB (Driver's Side Air Bag) Resistance - High - H. Hyundai Dealerships use two different scanning systems - HighScan and GDS. Once you find out which code, you can go to http://www.hmaservice.com/ and register and access all the info you want about your Sonata. CAUTION: Air Bag systems encorporate explosive components - trust the professionals
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It is chiming with the seat belt in operation then have it checked out. I you do not wish to wear the seat belt just do it up and sit on it Why anybody would want to turn of a safety alarm is a bit beyond comprehension.
may i suggest 1st you check under each front seat you will find wire with plug connectors these are part of seatbelts pre tensioners if involved in impact try pulling plugs apart then re connect there may be one unplugged or suffering from damp if you have had snow and carpets are damp from foot wear
Under driver and passenger seats are wires that go to seat belt anchors.These are tensioner wires.Unplug the wires from the plug under the seat.clean and replace.Doing this while the ignition is turned off.Then turn ignition back on.In 90% of the time this is your problem.Constant movement of seat causes this or rear passengers kicking plugs off.Good luck phil.
If all is fine, try resetting the codes and see if it comes back again.
The flashing SRS light it called an LFC code. The reason you are getting different information is that it does not pinpoint a defective part - but that you have either a open circuit or a short.... so many things can cause this. here are the codes:
B1932 32 8 Driver Air Bag Circuit Resistance High B1993 36 22 Driver Side Air Bag Circuit Shorted to Ground B1992 36 22 Driver Side Air Bag Circuit Shorted to Battery or Ignition B1994 36 22 Driver Side Air Bag Circuit High Resistance B1995 36 22 Driver Side Air Bag Circuit Resistance Low
Typically, a 32 is a broken or open wire, and a 36 is a short.
So that is why a 32 is usually the connector under the driver seat (to the driver position sensor in the seat) since the seat moves back and forth all the time (with easy-entry) - the wires break causing it to go 'open circuit'. the 36 is usually a short - so when the clock-spring fails - it's actually a ribbon cable in the steering column that wear through - causing multiple wires to rub through bare and short to each-other. but - since this is an electircal circuit - any bare wire could cause
depending what the fault code is most airbag problems can located to a plug under the drivers seat. It comes lose when the seat is moved back and forth. the plug can be cut and the wire soldered back togerther. If you do this your self make sure the batery is disconeted and you dont wear any cloths that can make static charges as this might set the air bag off.Best to get a second opion and let let a garage do the work if that is the problem.price should be a hours laber charge
Try this before you spend $1000