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You would have to plug in the scanner to see if it is an airbag or the sensor that is bad. Your car will have more than one sensor, at least one for each side of the vehicle. If you have a mechanic friend, it may help to see if he/she would be willing to help you with scanning and identifying the faulty part. Good luck.

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  • ehabzag Mar 27, 2011

    I did and it gave me 2 errors but nothing related to Supplemental Airbag:
    1. Battery current sensor
    2. Fuel level sensor

  • TXTEXAN Mar 27, 2011

    If you are using a generic OBD-II scanner, it will not be able to read codes related to the SRS system on your Nissan. There are high-dollar scanners that might be able to read manufacturer body codes, but it is Nissan's Consult-II scanner that will communicate with the vehicle effortlessly. I hope this helps

  • TXTEXAN Mar 28, 2011

    I will reiterate that you may not have the proper scanner needed to read body codes for the Nissan, generic OBDII scanners will not read airbag codes for some vehicle manufacturers. I wish there was more I could recommend, but you need the right scanner or possibly help from a mechanic with the proper scanner or the dealership.

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