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SRS/Airbag Light Fix for 2010

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Old 02-03-2014, 03:37 PM
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SRS light wont go away and noting the numerous posts about a weak connection under the seat, Id like to dive in there and fix it. Problem is, I dont know which connection Im looking for. Ive removed the front panel of the driver side seat but cant seem to see anything that looks disconnected. Am I looking in the right place? Other posts say the disconnection is normal when the seat travels too much which would make sense since my wife is short and I am not. Thanks.
 
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Old 02-05-2014, 09:07 PM
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Passenger side seat sensor is bad I see these all the time u0154-00 if the fault code.
If you notice I this the dash area or up in the center console there is a air bag light off icon
If you sit in the passenger side seat with the vehicle running it should go out if not you know pretty much it's the seat sensor. There is a test that needs to be done to elemnate the body control module and wiring. Every time I do that test it brings me to that seat module sensor. Owe yea it's on back order.
 
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