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Old 19-11-16, 01:46 PM   #1
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Help needed with my 2004 807:

Airbag light on, so not MOT approved. Plugged in my Launch codereader and got the following messages:

1. C01 - Driver's module trigger. Open circuit.
DTC status: Coherence fault. Distant

2. P081C (This might not be relevant here)

And when diagnosing I got a message on the cars displaying: "The passengers airbag not activated". It is not showing up a light on the car showing that is not activated unless I use the key to deactivate it. So this only come up when diagnosing the airbag system.

What could be done to eliminating or finding the fault?

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Old 20-11-16, 12:18 PM   #2
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What is most likely the fault here?
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Old 20-11-16, 02:49 PM   #3
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I'd check if the footwell carpets are wet, particularly the area just to the right of the driver's feet. There's a drainpipe running inside the console there that gets clogged up and floods.
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+ 1 on confirming no water ingress, think you need Planet (or a better reader) as the codes obtained don't make much sense
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Thanks

Yes the fotwell is wet.
Frodef is the drainpipe comming from the heaterconsoll in the middle? Could the ECU between the seats be damaged? (I have a second hand one, so can change it.)
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Yes, take the side panel off the center console, and there's a rubber pipe going from up above and through the flooring. It pulls out at the floor level, and that's a typical leaking point. Have something ready to collect water when you disconnect it.

The wiring loom can be damaged, but I suppose the ECU inbetween the seats is the prime suspect. I had to get mine replaced a couple of years ago, they sealed up the ECU box with silicone.
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