The "Spare" location I am referring to is in the front underhood fuse center. Under the box lid, there is a diagram of the fuses and relays. One is labeled "Spare".
Look for a yellow plastic piece over 2 red 10 amp fuses. Unsnap the plastic cover over the fuses . The piece has tabs on it. You squeeze the tabs and pull upward . It will unplug the fuses and they can be removed to check them. The yellow piece only comes up so far,and does not come out of the fuse block.
My fuse box under the hood looks nothing like that. I'm assuming that yellow plug is the one for the airbags. My yellow plug like that is under the steering wheel. I'll try and take a pic of my fuse box under the hood to show ya
Oops, I have a commander! But the yellow piece is probably what you are looking for. Now the cut wires......In the center picture, you have a black wire separate from all the others running to a connection at the left kick panel. That looks like an aftermarket connection. There are 2 wires in that area and they look like the same color code as the cut wires.
U talking about the wires on the left kick panel that connects to the piece where u hook up the scan tool? There close but not the same color. I'm not sure what they connect to but gonna look some more. Hopefully I can find where the go. Let me no if u have any more info. Thx for all ur help
I seen on a website that the pink/black wire is battery ignition and the yellow wire is starter. Not sure if this is true or not since there both working. Can anyone verify this? And if this is what they are can I run the cut wires to the fuses in the fuse box or will I fry something? Thx in advance
not sure on this srs system as it is the older. most systems once used the box that does the thinking must be replaced or sent in to have reset. the dealer will only replace it. other sub systems like the g load sensor is a 1 time thing as it breaks. This is IF it was in a wreck, bags deployed. was it?
you can get the crash data from the system IF it was used, meaning a wreck that IT deployed the airbag system.
if any wire to system or sensor is bad that light will light. any part missing ect....
more cars are totaled after a wreck because of the cost of repairing these system is on top of normal repairs. the newer the more these things cost. just say a front set of bags, dash, belts and related part can easily get onto the thousands. new cars have a set belt with a explosive charge too. once used its toast.
Prob solved finally. Didn't think it was the clock spring but that's what it ended up being. Just wanted to post back in case anyone else was going through this same problem. Thx for all the help and feed back