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Hi Guys,

I changed my steering wheel to an aftermarket one, I also remove clockspring.
Still have an airbag fault. Tried to put 3ohm resistor into a plug(yellow) that comes to the clockspring - I put 2 resistors 3,3ohm in 4pin plug(each resistor cover 2 pins) but fault still appears.
Any ideas how to handle it?
Maybe there should be a larger resistor than 3 ohm when removing clockspring?

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2 to 3 ohms is enough. try to by-pass on the other side of the clock spring, but watch out for shorting pin (which should be in clockspring, but sometimes are in connector... check on google/youtube if you don't know what shorting pin/bars look like).
if DTC can be erased with by-pass before clockspring, but cannot with by-pass after clockspring, you know who to blame! ;)
 

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Click on his profile Lee, and click "posts by user" under stats.



You can see the spam he is trying to link
It's pretty bad when a scammer doesn't even know how to scam properly lol

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