|10-29-2007, 01:10 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Cypress, CaliforniaVehicle:
2004 WRX STI
Airbag Computer Reset Question
I have two airbag ECUs for an 2004 STI. (both tested on the same car)
On the first I have fault codes:
55 41 42 11 62 65
On the second I have fault codes:
22 11 62 61 12 15
I have replaced the airbags and pretensioners.
Ive tried to reset the codes on each by grounding pin #2 on the diagnostic harness according to the shop manual, but the error codes remain. Im using the fault code reset procedure (Called 'Clear Memory Mode' on page AB-26) Has anyone been able to reset the codes before?
Also, there is a green male and matching female connector next to the SRS diagnostic harness. Can someone tell me what it is for?
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|10-29-2007, 07:37 AM||#2|
Join Date: Mar 2002Vehicle:
we have an Uncle
...leave the green connectors unplugged---they are for ECU diagnostic mode ONLY and NOT to be connected for normal operation.
I would say that either someone f000ked with the SRS wiring and screwed ya on the other.....and/or....airbag controllers are a ONE TIME USE unit and are garbage and can NOT be 're-set' after any airbag deployment of any kind and must be replaced with a NEW unit.
|10-29-2007, 08:09 AM||#3|
Trust no one
Join Date: Oct 2001
05 GTO/11 Sonata(!)
Scotty is correct, once the module records a deployment it must be replaced. Deployment codes can't be reset.
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