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Old 14-10-12, 09:24 PM   #1
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Default P1210 Satellite Right Airbag fault

I have had the airbag light on for a couple of years on my 307 but for the new MOT test I need to switch it off. Ive had it read by a Solus Pro and it gave the function code "P1210 Satellite Right". Has any one had any experience of this? Is this just a fault with the small yellow sensor below the drivers door or is this a fault with an ECU?
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As of last week the airbag was not included in the test.
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Old 15-10-12, 08:49 AM   #3
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As of last week the airbag was not included in the test.
Pretty sure it is!

edit: actually it looks like airbag faults are advisory only still

check with your garage to confirm but you might get away with it for another year!

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Old 15-10-12, 02:39 PM   #4
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Both satellites to be replaced. Common fault.
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Thanks.
I bought a set a couple of years ago but I wasn't sure if it was the real problem or not and I was afraid to fit them in case I set something off. Is there a specific torque they need to be put on at or is it just a case of good and tight?
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Thanks.
I bought a set a couple of years ago but I wasn't sure if it was the real problem or not and I was afraid to fit them in case I set something off. Is there a specific torque they need to be put on at or is it just a case of good and tight?
I'm not sure of the torque without looking it up. I've only ever nicked them up.
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I fitted the sensors today but the light has unfortunately remained on.
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I have checked the continuity of the two satellite sensors I removed. one is short curcuit and one is open(it gave a short beep then off). Strange that they are both different
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If the problem was cured the warning dtc should not be active i assume. I have not had it back on a computer. The airbag ecu hardly needs reset after this warning or would it.
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If the problem was cured the warning dtc should not be active i assume. I have not had it back on a computer. The airbag ecu hardly needs reset after this warning or would it.
Not usually. when the satellites are fitted they faults usually clear. As i said its a common fault.
What fault have you now? Was the car involved in a crash?
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