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The voltage at Pin C276-16, Circuit 617 (PK/O) is set by the air bag diagnostic monitor to be slightly less than battery voltage. Circuit 617 (PK/O) is connected to Circuit 624 (Y/W) inside RH primary crash sensor. Therefore, the voltage at Circuit 624 (Y/W) and air bag diagnostic monitor Pin C277-24 should be the same as the voltage at air bag diagnostic monitor Pin C276-16, Circuit 617 (PK/O).
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