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Freelander 2 2009

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by Stistus, Feb 22, 2019.

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  1. Stistus

    Stistus Member

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    Hi guys, do you know wich of the plugs under the passenger Seat that is for the airbag. I have this problem back and forward, some times after i have slided the Seat frontwise, some times the red airbag lamp disaper. But usually it comes back, the weirdest thing is that few weeks ago i got a odb2 tuning from a pro, and the lamp was gone for a week or so, but after i started with my stereo uograde, to Mount a amp for my front and Rear speakers. I needed to have my Seat out.
    And offcourse when i did that i also sprayed the plugs and the console the plugs go in, with a Electronic cleaner spray from CRC. But now the light is almost alway there.
     

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    The Mad Hat Man Well-Known Member LZIR Despatch Agent

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    have yu looked at Rave?
     
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    RAVE doesn’t cover Freelander 2

    Generally SRS wiring is on yellow plugs

    Have you had fault codes read to determine exactly what the fault being reported is?
     
  4. Stistus

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    Thanks. Iw Will check that plug asap.
     
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    Don’t measure resistance across the airbag else you’d end up with a loud pop noise as you deploy the airbag
     
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    I was thinking og clean it properly. But very good to know:)
     
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