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  1. Thanks for all the input. I've noticed that when I erase the code it comes back when the drivers door is jarred. I'm thinking possible loose or corroded connection. Since I do not want to fire the airbag I will probably research an indy or the "give me all your money" Porsche dealer for a fix.
  2. I have been getting a code 29 and airbag warning light, described as; drivers side airbag ignition circuit on my 2003, 996 Convertible 911. I've looked through all the posts but was not able to find anything on this particular fault. Has anyone had this or know of any problem areas that would cause this fault? Thanks in advance for any info.... Ted
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