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Hey all, attached a picture with the result of a scan on my car.

The car had a burnt wiring problem some months ago now and has had an airbag fault ever since.
I have been through the entire wiring loom and replaced about 50-70% of it, the rest of the wiring i have traced 100% end to end with no other problems.

Still getting this fault, i think its got a permanent ecu fault, but i don't want to buy a replacement ecu until someone can 100% agree with me lol.

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Nope no codes just whats show in the pic, yea i know they have to be sent off to have the crash data cleared but its not been crashed and the bags haven't deployed, BUT i am starting to think that the wiring fault has caused the ecu to think one has gone off causing a permanent fault..

Is that possible? because the loom and plugs have been traced back manually 100% and there are zero damaged or anything plus all the burned loom was replaced fully.

Thoughts?
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Ade.
 
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If i had to put my money on it i'd say the short has triggered a crash code to be stored yeah

If i were you i'd use one of the £30 reset services on ebay rather than buy a new ecu
 

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I would look for secondhand airbag ecu. The short is likely to have cooked the airbag squib detect circuit in the ecu by sticking 12v or high amps down the cable.

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i am starting to think that the wiring fault has caused the ecu to think one has gone off causing a permanent fault..
I'd go with that. I'm helping a local fella sort out his airbag light problem. He;s rewired the seat several times, his wiring is completely sound but the light won't go and the faults won't clear.
 
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