Read codes and got a code 22 and changed the center airbag module under the console and cleared codes turned on key and now getting a code 14. I checked the clock spring with an ohmmeter and there is constant continuity even while turning the wheel. I do not think it is the clock spring, and I do not think the center airbag module is bad, but, because I am getting the code 14, open in squib circuit, I believe the actual airbag has a resistance problem or open. How can I check the resistance of the airbag itself and also what exactly should the resistance be? I have seen on the internet where if you put a resistor of proper value in place of a faulty airbag, the light will go out because the ecm now senses proper resistance. I need help troubleshooting the airbag on the steering wheel I think now.
have the same problem?
Saturday, June 4th, 2016 AT 12:55 AM