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I accidentally hooked my remote wire for my sub it too my airbag fuse and shorted it out. Now I have service airbag. I had the airbag control module changed and that was not the issue what could it be any help would be appreciated
 

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May sound kinda dumb but you did change the airbag fuse correct?

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Also there are scan tools that will scan SRS system fault codes. It would help greatly to know the trouble code. With out there it is basically just guessing.
 

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I didn't change the fues the fuse has no power . I don't know what the code was the tech was not their for me to ask
 

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Check the fuse first to see if its blown.

What year and model is your car?
 

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The airbag fuse is number 13 on the interior fuse box check that fuse.
 

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The fuse is good it just don't have power. I have also checked the rest of the fuses and some don't have power and some do
 

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This happened to me twice one was because I tried to use the cheap wire harness for radio when I put in other write harness it fixed it. Then one time I didn't plug the passenger airbag thing under the radio all the way in which threw the airbag code
 
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