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woody6

Airbag - POSIP 80CB 80CD

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I have an airbag light that refuses to be reset.  The codes are 80CB & 80CD, both described as "triggering unit faulty".    Where should I look?   

 

Also, one airbag module repair source says check fuse for airbag module.   What fuse powers the airbag module?

 

Thanks,

Woody

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Have you had anything apart recently that has an airbag (i.e. door panel, seat, steering wheel, etc.)?

If not, then all you can do is check and reseat the connectors on the trigging unit.

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Nothing disassembled, but the problem began after a dead battery required jumpstarting.   By "triggering unit", is it referring to the module or sensors in the front bumper area?

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With the battery disconnected, I've disconnected and reconnected the SRS module.   The pins are clean and straight, and there's nothing to suggest they don't all connect as they should.     Can I replace this module myself, or does it have to be coded to the car?   I do have the durametric (pro) software, but I don't believe it will do that.

 

Thanks,

Woody

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37 minutes ago, woody6 said:

With the battery disconnected, I've disconnected and reconnected the SRS module.   The pins are clean and straight, and there's nothing to suggest they don't all connect as they should.     Can I replace this module myself, or does it have to be coded to the car?   I do have the durametric (pro) software, but I don't believe it will do that.

 

Thanks,

Woody

 

The module will need to be coded to the car if it is replaced.

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