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Old 08-07-2007, 10:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Fault Code question

So I bought the Peake R5/SRS tool and attempted to clear the codes for the AB. Well the code that popped up was 01-02, Firing Circuit Driver's Airbag.
Could this have been caused by something that happened during the airbag replacement? Any help would be appreciated.

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If the key was turned on with the air bag not connected yes. I would clear the fault and if it comes back you have a problem with something in the SRS system.
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fyi if anyone has the complete list of peake research fault codes, please PM me i would like to post them in the FAQ forum.

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Hey Furious, I can scan them and PDF them to you tomorrow. Check your inbox sometime tomorrow afternoon.

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