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Old 13-03-19, 09:45 AM   #1
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Howdy fellas,
Bought my 307CC with the airbag lights on, thought it would be a simple fix (which still might be but I dont have a laptop with Peugeot Planet to read codes
I checked all wiring from the seats and steering wheel airbag, bypassed them with resistors to see if my airbag light would go off and no luck so far. with the airbags disconnected i get the fault airbag message and the light. with them connected or with resistors I get only the light on the cluster but no warning on the display. I am trying to find the passenger airbag now to bypass and see if it turns the light off. if doesnt I'd try the crash sensor but where is it located?! Anyone? Thanks guys!
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Old 13-03-19, 10:18 AM   #2
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I think you would be far better and probably quicker plugging it in and finding what part of the circuit is causing the issue it might even have crash data stored in the ecu if it has no matter what you do it wont clear anyway.

I dont think there is a crash sensor its built into the airbag ecu you also have another in the boot for the roll hoops.
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Old 13-03-19, 12:01 PM   #3
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Sounds like a good idea I wasn't planning on buying a laptop though Here in Australia I asked people around and no one seem to have even heard of Planet Peugeot. I need a laptop and what sort of adapter to plug on the OBDII port?
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You need a Lexia cable. Plenty on Aliexpress and Ebay.
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Although some will not agree with what i am about to say its true you do not NEED planet you need any decent diagnostic device not some micky mouse elm thing though

planet/diagbox
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ALL will read peugeots problem is most of the above cost more than a clone planet system does some give inaccurate results worst being snap on

For your issue you need to know where to look so you need some sort of diagnostic device to lead the way otherwise you are pissing in the wind.
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Mine was just a bad battery when i had that problem fixed it with luck tho. Bought it cheap with alot of fault codes and factory tires car are from 2005 bought it last year. New battery and problems solved 👍
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