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Ongoing SRS problem

Discussion in 'Electrics, Vacuum, Ignition and ECU' started by clubleya, Oct 16, 2012.

  1. clubleya

    clubleya Senior Member

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    Hi Everyone,

    I have an SRS fault that keeps reocurring, Its being triggered by fault code b1037ignition circuit front right sidebag:> OHM(open circuit)

    I have taken the door card off and checked all conections and then the fault cleared.

    But then it always comes back after a week or so, I have now cleared it 3 times and every time its come back. All the conections look good and no sign of water damage.

    Does anyone have any thoughts on a solution?
     
  2. Naraic

    Naraic Moderator

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    I don't know if it will make a difference but...what car do you have?
     
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    clubleya

    clubleya Senior Member

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    A c class coupe 2004
     
  4. Alex Crow

    Alex Crow Senior Member

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    It will be the door loom connector in the sill area, just unplug and spray with contact cleaner.
     
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    clubleya

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    Do you mean under the plastic door sill? How do you remove it?
     
  6. Alex Crow

    Alex Crow Senior Member

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    Sorry, I was assuming you were a mechanic, as you have a diagnostic system able to communicate with the SRS system.

    Yes, under the sill trim, you will find a zillion wires, but look for the ones that go into the door.
     
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    television Always remembered RIP

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    Plastic sills pull up and off all held with clips :D
     
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    Just an amateur with car soft and an old lappy! Will give it a go at the weekend thanks for the help.
     
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    whats an old lappy?

    read your reply - am curious - whats an old lappy? another name for the wife LOL?
     
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    Software and a laptop. It's sounding interesting. Get an interface that plugs between car and laptop and with software like OBDwiz one can apparently chck for their own fault codes.
     

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