Airbag Codes?

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Airbag codes can vary depending on the year of the vehicle. Codes can be 1 or 2 digits. For example, an 01 means there is a poor connection on the SAS control module while an 02 means there is a problem with the SAS control module. If you have a power supply problem to the SAS control module, you will get an 03. For a problem with the airbag module on the driver-side, you will see an 06. If there is a problem with the passenger side airbag, you will see an 07.
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