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    code 48side airbag squib open (left side)

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The right side airbag has a loose connection or is unplugged. It will be a bright yellow connector behind the dash on the right side. You may be able to see it by removing the glovebox. I don't remember its exact location.

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Lamp Fault Code (LFC)
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did you google(using toyota directives>?)

Air bags bad.
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no year stated
no model car. no car actually stated? wow.
no country.
SSDD.
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or buy the FSM.
Squib is the explosive device, is faulting.
a squib means a low power explosive.
used in big guns to test fire , or clear a barrel or for parades ,etc.
name was stolen to car industry.
in Viet Nam we called it a short round ( it was , short)
in the car they are shot gun load sizes, and are to be respected at all times. killed many a would be mechanic.

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http://library.worldtracker.org/Car%20Manuals/Toyota%20Echo%202000-2002%20Approved/techinfo.toyota.com/ileaf/02toyrm/02toypdf/02rmsour/2002/02echorm/di/rs/cib01065.pdf


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Trouble Code Conditions:
* Open circuit in P squib wire harness or P- wire harness of squib * P squib malfunction * Airbag sensor assembly malfunction
Possible Causes:
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  • * Airbag sensor assembly
  • * Wire harness

tread lightly fooling with air bags or BOOM.

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