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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ok it was important to know if 3rd brake lamp was working so we would know where to start.
Since it is not then you will have to first check for power to the brake lamp switch on the pedal itself. You should have power on the LG/RD wire which comes from fuse 19 (20 amp) in the interior fuse panel. When you press pedal down power should then be on both sides the LG wire also. This then goes to fuses 42 (7.5amp) for the left rear and fuse 38 (7.5 amp) for the right.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
These 3 codes have to do with restraint system.
B2292 Seatbelt pretensioner fault.
B2293 Passenger front airbag fault.
B2691 Seatbelt buckle switch circuit fault Ft.driver side.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
remove interior door panel(need special tool to pop plastic clips holding panel to door)with panel off remove plastic film,with window up you should be able to see two 10m nuts-bolts to remove-also have to pop lever off that goes down to door latch
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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