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Airbag light
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So had the m59 for a month now, managed to sort some running issues and EML light just needed a new set of plugs.

Now turning my attention to airbag light being on constantly I have 2 connections under drivers seat and only one (brown) on passenger seat. Is this meant to be the case or is something amiss.

Thanks.
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You are posting under the title 'ABS light' but then go on to talk about the 'Airbag warning' they are two different systems

ABS is the anti-lock braking system

With regard to Air bag yes, I think from memory when I had an M59 model there were two connectors under the driver's seat and one under the passenger. I think the 'extra' connector under the drivers seat is the seat belt warning.

I had a long saga with my airbag warning on my M59 model, have a look at the thread here, for what I found:

https://www.berlingoforum.com/thread-11787.html

There are other threads as well if you search 'Airbag warning' in the forum search box
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(16-03-2024, 10:09 PM)Multispacer Wrote:  You are posting under the title 'ABS light' but then go on to talk about the 'Airbag warning' they are two different systems

ABS is the anti-lock braking system

With regard to Air bag yes, I think from memory when I had an M59 model there were two connectors under the driver's seat and one under the passenger. I think the 'extra' connector under the drivers seat is the seat belt warning.

I had a long saga with my airbag warning on my M59 model, have a look at the thread here, for what I found:

https://www.berlingoforum.com/thread-11787.html

There are other threads as well if you search 'Airbag warning' in the forum search box

Yep just noticed what I've done, it was supposed to be titled airbag light  Blush  Thanks for the thread link will have a look now cheers.
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Well looks like when I get time the BSI is coming out to test continuity on the data line to engine bay fuse box and while I've got it out I'll see if I can find out why I'm getting next to no power for my drivers electric window reading 3v sometimes jumps to 12v with repeated pressing of the switch but never when reconnected to the motor. Motor does work when wired direct to battery.
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