So I failed to mention that the clock spring was replaced twice. The first one was faulty (symptom, no horn). Since I had no stuck airbag light before the first attempt, I imagine this is where the fault code tripped. I returned that aftermarket and went to the Toyota dealer for OEM. I installed that, hooked everything up, horn and cruise work so I figure clock spring must be good, but light still on. Took it to my mechanic for a scan and reset, he pulled code 14 and argued the second clock spring must be bad (and charged me an hours diagnostic time). I followed Caradiodoc advised and unplugged and checked every connector - all was well. Plugged it all back in airbag light still on. So recalling what Caradiodoc doc said, that a typical scanner may not always work, I called Toyota. They had no idea what I was talking about! So I went back to the post/link I previously mentioned, where there is a obdc1 diagram, stuck wires in AB and Tc in the diagnostic connector in engine compartment, followed the instruction to alternately ground Tc then AB then Tc then AB then hold ground on Tc for a few seconds, all with key in ACC position. Airbag light turned off! Took out key, back in turned to on position air bag light comes on with all other lights (self test), started car, light stayed on a couple seconds and went off. Did start>remove key a few times to make sure not just a fluke. Self test airbag light comes on, goes off a few seconds after car starts. All is well!
Saturday, February 18th, 2017 AT 8:22 AM