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02 Boxster Airbag codes

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Hey guys, I've been chasing this airbag light for a while now. Replaced seat belt buckle with a new one, replaced passenger door airbag with one from ebay. Below are the codes from a snap-on scanner, granted its not a PIWIS tester but it gave me something. Had a more advanced scanner saying passenger door airbag which is why I went that direction. Any help is much appreciated thank you!


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Try Durametric or PIWIS.

Porsche Boxster airbag codes for your model year car go from 1 to 88. And, anything that is 100 or higher is a bad airbag triggering unit.


When I have seen a (rare) airbag triggering unit failure is was always accompanied by additional individual airbag fault codes.

That's why I say try a different tester.


Also are you sure you got the correct airbag for your car - they changed (due to law changes) in MY2002. So if you have an airbag from an earlier car it won't likely work.

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