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Old 03-13-2009, 08:24 PM
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Default Airbag light stays on

2002 Chrysler Voyager. Was told it is the passenger squib open/active, no stored codes. 72,250 miles.

It has something to do with the passenger seat wiring/sensor maybe? Horn works so I don't think it's the clockspring.

Anyone got a clue?
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pass squib is the pass side airbag assembly not seat
r and r dash to replace the air bag itself.
now if U mean pass seat belt pre tensioner then yes that's a seat belt buckle assembly.
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The airbag light is on (system isn't operative), right?

Could be a connector issue as the system needs to "sense" the correct amount of current in the wires. On my GMs, I've had to unplug and replug the connector to ensure it's snug in order to turn off the "SRS Airbag" light.
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Just because the light is on doesn't mean the system is inoperative, it maybe only partly disabled will depend on the fault.
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Old 03-14-2009, 08:33 PM
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I'm going to try disconnecting the battery(to drain the capacitor), remove the seats, unplug and replug connectors...would dielectric grease be a bad idea for the connectors?

Anyone happen to know where all the airbag connectors are? I saw the one's under the seats and read about 1 behind the glove box. I'm gonna trace the wires from the seats and make sure there are no breaks while I'm in there.

Thanks for the help btw
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dont waste your time the squib is the firing pins for the air bag not a connector issue.
there has to be a certain resistance that the squibs want to see and if they are out of range then u get that code.
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dont waste your time the squib is the firing pins for the air bag not a connector issue.
there has to be a certain resistance that the squibs want to see and if they are out of range then u get that code.
If the clockspring failed would I get that code?
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If the clockspring failed you would get drivers squib circuit.
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U said u got a code with the pass side squib open
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U said u got a code with the pass side squib open
I have a paper from the previous owner that has that written on it.

The exact words are "Pass squib open...Active...No stored codes"
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