Airbag Warning Light

Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby Maxiy on Thu Mar 16, 2017 1:21 pm

Thanks kouta. Looks like it's off to the dealer

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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby Headley on Thu Mar 16, 2017 2:10 pm

Hey guys, got my SRS issue fixed about a week or two ago now. Apparently they had to replace a couple of relays and some wiring. Not sure about the details but they did pull up the center console to do it. So if you need to get it fixed, just a heads up if you have anything valuable in it.

Was totally free as well. I had the engine warning light come on for 20 minutes but then it went and hasn't come back so hmm.

Got mine done at Brissy City Mitsy But they have no courtesy car/bus so meh. Still, happy with the service and the fact its fixed.
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby tondo12 on Wed May 03, 2017 6:32 pm

Hey guys, anyone heard anything this.
http://mumcentral.com.au/takata-airbag-recall/
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby smiffy on Sun May 14, 2017 5:45 pm

Air bag light is on and my nearest dealer is 850k's away.....bugga
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby MilkmanDan on Sun May 14, 2017 5:59 pm

I've not looked into it but buying some brake bulbs the other week I saw a sign at supercheap they now do ecu reading/code clearing & basic diagnostics.

Might be worth looking into what they got and if will clear the airbag light for anyone not wanting a bit of hurt for a dealer to do it
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby koshari on Wed May 24, 2017 11:34 am

MilkmanDan wrote:I've not looked into it but buying some brake bulbs the other week I saw a sign at supercheap they now do ecu reading/code clearing & basic diagnostics.

Might be worth looking into what they got and if will clear the airbag light for anyone not wanting a bit of hurt for a dealer to do it

basic obdii scanners will clear non standing cel codes but not airbag specific issues.
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby yeahbutnah on Wed May 24, 2017 3:59 pm

Just had some side curtain wiring looms & pretensioners changed by dealer in Adelaide,
vehicle is out of warranty (march 2011 delivery) & I am the second owner,
when the warranty finished I took the vehicle to a 4WD specialist workshop for services,
returned to the dealer to clear SRS code, & they quoted about $1k to do the job...
dealer offered to contact MMA for some "goodwill" toward the cost as it was not long out of warranty,
MMA came back & covered 100% of the cost + loan car!
very happy with the outcome
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby Terror on Thu Aug 10, 2017 9:47 pm

Sorry wrong thread
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby myk3y on Thu Nov 16, 2017 3:24 pm

Hey Guys,
I've been scrolling through the forums but i can't see anything that relates to my prob, so I thought I would post to ask.

My airbag light came on while out 4WD'n. I had an auto sparky read the codes today and he told me the airbag control box needs to be reset. Apparently they have a pendulum in there and when it gets knocked, it throws the airbag warning light. My airbags didn't deploy, but he told me that they won't with this warning light on?

Apparently there are some places around that will swap out another unit for you or reset your current one.
Unfortunately this is all 2nd hand info so i'm not really sure what's true and what my options are.

Can anyone share some more info?

edit: code is B1499 control unit collision decision
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby RHKTriton on Sat Nov 25, 2017 8:51 am

Myk3y, I'd say the pendulum is part of the airbag deployment scenario, not just to set a warning light. A dealer should be able to reset for around $50 or a slab, if you're on good terms.

My warning light just came on again. I replaced clock spring just before airbag recall work was carried out. On leaving dealer at that time, I noticed light on. On return to dealer, they mutted the car and found a drivers floor loom fault code. The light reset and has stayed off until the last couple of days.

I'm just having a thought, I hired a cherry picker the other day, wondering if its electrics have caused my issue?

Re floor loom, is this the lead to the drivers seat belt sensor?
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby Muddy 1 on Mon Nov 27, 2017 8:23 pm

So today I found out that the launch cr123 diagnostic tool will reset my airbag light!!! Mate has one at his workshop so I gave it a go after checking all my airbag connections ect. Turned off and thankfully I haven't seen it since!
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby dwhylan on Fri Feb 02, 2018 1:25 pm

The Launch CRP123 resets 2007 ML Triton airbag light after a new clock spring was installed. Now have a new fault code B1404.
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby RHKTriton on Fri Feb 02, 2018 4:57 pm

Crp123 fixed my SRS light 08ml.

It correctly logged the drivers side pretensioner loom. Cleaned the plugs and sockets at each end, reset and stayed off for a couple of weeks now.
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby tofu on Mon Oct 15, 2018 12:51 pm

well, after going for a short drive yesterday, my srs light is now on and won't go away...how much do dealers/mechanics in Brissy charge for this kind of work/diagnosis? or am i better off forking out the cash and buying a unit myself. was looking at this one. http://www.autel.com.au/products/scan-t ... ite-md802/

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nevermind...for some reason i read "CRP123" as a user on the forum and didnt realise it was a product "Launch CRP123". i'll just invest in a unit.
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby Tim Johnston on Mon Dec 24, 2018 1:23 pm

I removed my front seats to clean my 2015 triton floor without disconnecting battery , now airbag light stays on, is there an easy reset to clear light , cheers
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby RHKTriton on Mon Dec 24, 2018 7:55 pm

You'll need something like the launch123 or equiv to cancel the SRS light. Torque, etc won't do it.

A friendly dealer might reset it for $50 or a slab.
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby RHKTriton on Mon Dec 24, 2018 8:03 pm

Also...beware, while he SRS light is on, your airbags won't deploy if you have an accident.
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby TimbosTriton on Fri Mar 15, 2019 4:41 pm

Ok, so I read a lot of posts about the SRS / Air bag warning light and have figured out I have a fault code that originated from when I fitted an new radio and disconnected the passenger air bag when I took out the glove box (I switched on the ignition when it was disconnected to test the new radio).....blah blah....
Anyway the point of this is that the crooks at Melville Mazda just quoted me $160 to clear the code and reactivate the passenger side airbag!!
Does anyone know someone in Perth, WA, that won't rip me off that much for a 2 minute job?
I have tried the RAC as I have always found them honest to deal with, but they only have a Scangauge(?) that I understand won't clear the air bag codes.
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby RHKTriton on Fri Mar 15, 2019 5:54 pm

$160 !

Did ya tell um their dreaming? :lol:
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby colin b on Fri Mar 15, 2019 7:37 pm

Well, not that long ago I had the airbag warning light come on s we were heading South towards Margaret River with the caravan on the back. I 'phoned Mandurah Mitsubishi and they said "bring it in and we will have a look" Sure enough it was a fault in the airbag wiring.

Turns out the wiring harness for the airbags in installed under the floor and across the roof and while the parts only cost a hundred dollars or so dismantling half the car to replace them takes half a day and costs a bomb - $625 to be precise.

Credit to Mandurah Mitsubishi - they lent us a car and rushed the job so that we were on our way the next day but I could have done without the expense.
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Re: Airbag Warning Light

Postby Prospector on Sat Apr 20, 2019 9:48 am

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Hi , just wanted to share my experience with the SRS system and a scanner that will work.

Airbag light on a week ago, scanner would not delete, so assumed an active fault.Both side bags and LH curtain showing open circuit. Logically to have three simultaneous faults is unlikeley and most probably a connector or harness fault.
Removed seats, console, to gain access to SRS computer. All plugs coloured yellow, including RH kickcover.removed ,cleaned with crc contact cleaner.
Do not turn on ignition with plugs removed. It is ok to remove seats and plugs, but once again do not turn on ignition.
Best to read SRS servicing precautions and remove negative battery lead. Made up three dummy resistors soldered to 6 fine dressmakers pins. 3.3 ohm 5watt. Gently inserted into seat plug(loom back to computer) and at terminal 1 and 2 rear connector of plug C153.(left plug at computer, top two left pins at plug rear) This has now effectively put in place 3 dummy airbags for when the computer does its 7 second diagnostic. prior to this I have ascertained that the side (seat) wiring shows continuity back to the computer.
Reconnect the battery and plugging in my CRP123 scan tool showed the faults were now listed as" stored". The launcCRP123 will read the codes but will not delete them. The hallalluyah moment came when I decided to change countrys in the menus, then choose Triton 2010 under JAPAN not Australia. Airbag light was then deleted. Remove dummy resistors, replace seats and all plugs and retest again with scan gauge. All good, light remains off.
The reason inserting the dummy resistor into the the back of the side curtain plug at the computer is to avoid unnecessary hoodlining removal if the fault turns out to be wiring or plugs at floor level in the vehicle .
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