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#1 stuk2000

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Posted 27 March 2010 - 12:25 PM

Got a an airbag fault code 51, which is the drivers side seat belt buckle. Changed it for a new one but still get the same problem.

Looking on Wikipedia for the code it says,

DTC B2434: Driver safety belt buckle switch short circuit to ground. Lamp flash code: 51
Possible Source(s):

Driver safety belt buckle switch.
Circuit(s).


DTC B2435: Driver safety belt buckle switch resistance out of range. Lamp flash code: 51
Possible Source(s):

Driver safety belt buckle switch.
Circuit(s).


DTC B2691: Driver safety belt buckle switch open circuit or short to battery. Lamp flash code: 51
Possible Source(s):

Driver safety belt buckle switch.
Circuit(s).


Can anyone help please??

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#2 artscot79

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Posted 28 April 2010 - 07:13 PM

Got a an airbag fault code 51, which is the drivers side seat belt buckle. Changed it for a new one but still get the same problem.

Looking on Wikipedia for the code it says,

DTC B2434: Driver safety belt buckle switch short circuit to ground. Lamp flash code: 51
Possible Source(s):

Driver safety belt buckle switch.
Circuit(s).


DTC B2435: Driver safety belt buckle switch resistance out of range. Lamp flash code: 51
Possible Source(s):

Driver safety belt buckle switch.
Circuit(s).


DTC B2691: Driver safety belt buckle switch open circuit or short to battery. Lamp flash code: 51
Possible Source(s):

Driver safety belt buckle switch.
Circuit(s).


Can anyone help please??


you need the codes cleared its the old code still in the ecu memory so until you clear it you wont know if its fixed either have it done at a garage or disconnect the battery for an hour just make sure you have the radio code etc etc


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