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Oh no, another Airbag problem, fault codes 28, 29, 109 and 140


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Hi


Have had the airbag warning on my 2002 996 Carrera for a while now. Have had enough and want to mend it, bougt a Durametric cable to read error codes and erase them. They were unfortunately not erasable so I need advice from the clever people at my favourite forum.


Please see attached screen dump for fault codes.


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I am aware that I need a new Airbag control unit becase of fault code 140 and 109. But will a replacement do, or are the fault codes 28 and 29 in need of attention?


Please advice on how this can be a DIY job.

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