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Originally Posted by pepsicola
the right way is to disconnect the battery before working on any airbag items.
but as long as you don't turn on the ignition while you working on it, it shouldn't report a fault.
but once a fault is stored, the only way to get rid of it is to use a scanner.
.... You HAVE TO disconnect BOTH battery termanals.... Failure to do so could cause a Fauld to be stored OR the stored energy could cause the airbag to deploy! ALWAYS diconnect BOTH termanals and wait 5 mins for everything to discharge....
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