2006+ Honda Civic Forum banner

1 - 9 of 9 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
24 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
Morning Again all,

I have been to this site before and has some great response and i am hoping the same again.

My airbag light has been on and not until recently i have had it plugged in by someone. it is coming along the lines of:-

12-40 second right inflator increased/decreased voltage ...

not word for word but that is the gist of it.

anybody have any ideas of what it may be or can point me to a thread that has got the answer as i have looked but i may have missed it.

Thanks in advance.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
24 Posts
Discussion Starter #2
No body can help?

I have had it plugged in again and one of the codes that he managed to get on the dashboard was PA10 DTC B1029 not sure what that means.
But the airbag light is still on which reads as follows:-

'open or increased resistance in right front first inflator'
but when i change the drivers airbag to another it says
'open or increased resistance in right front second inflator'

anybody help or know anyone that could help?
 

·
AKA - Vin Petrol
Joined
·
1,821 Posts
Strugglin?!!
 

·
"Grandad eye"
Joined
·
2,847 Posts
Whats up Mr T? STRUGGLIN?????

Not like Mr T that. Get some nuts you fool!
 

·
無限 Unlimited
Joined
·
3,740 Posts
Whats up Mr T? STRUGGLIN?????

Not like Mr T that. Get some nuts you fool!
haha

No body can help?

I have had it plugged in again and one of the codes that he managed to get on the dashboard was PA10 DTC B1029 not sure what that means.
But the airbag light is still on which reads as follows:-

'open or increased resistance in right front first inflator'
but when i change the drivers airbag to another it says
'open or increased resistance in right front second inflator'

anybody help or know anyone that could help?
I've had some experience of that fault code and the reason was a loose airbag plug/socket under the passenger seat due to the seat being moved back and forth too much.

"Open or increased resistance" just means there's a break in the circuit somewhere.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

If it's a simple fault then it could be just down to a loose connection -

I would disconnect the battery for 10mins.

Then try to reseat the SRS plug in the location the fault code was generated and try again.
 
1 - 9 of 9 Posts
Top