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Airbag fault codes 2000 Porsche Boxster 2.7 , 5speed


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On 10/5/2019 at 9:38 PM, Loren said:

 

Try 2434

 

You will need a Porsche specific scan tool (like Durametric) to reset airbag codes. Of course, the fault needs to be corrected first.

“Thank you worked like a charm!!!! I have a foxwell, getting error codes 31 ignition circuit - side airbag , driver 

 

and 21 ignition circuit, driver 

 

no idea what to do. Horn works depending on its mood. “

 

 

Please help

Any suggestions  would help. I’ve taken off the door panels and disconnected and reconnected the airbags. 

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Update

So ive  changed my ignition switch and my clock spring. Fault code 21 is now gone , however , I still have ignition circuit 31 side passenger airbag, driver. 

 

No idea where to start with parts, ive cleaned the connections, attempted to clear with foxwell tool. comes back. 

Dont know if I should start with the airbag itself or the module. can anyone point me in the right direction

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any help would be appreciated 

thank you

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