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Air bag light on possible relay?
« on: 06 March 2021, 11:44:43 »

Hello everyone,
Ive a 3.2 Vauxhall omega 2004 and have an air bag light on and when I stick the computer in it reads 87v A/C cuttoff relay voltage low
Think Im Gona check fuses etc but does anyone know the problem straight off ?
Anyone have this problem before any ideas any help would be appreciated  :y
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Re: Air bag light on possible relay?
« Reply #1 on: 06 March 2021, 11:51:11 »

It could be as simple as a loose/damaged plug under a seat, or that the steering wheel airbag was unplugged with the battery connnected.

There are side impact sensors in the doors as well, so these may have gotten wet or the door looms have cracked at the hinges.

Ideally it needs plugging into a better code reader, ideally a Tech 2, to precisely identify which component it thinks is faulty ;)
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Re: Air bag light on possible relay?
« Reply #2 on: 06 March 2021, 13:31:22 »

It was a damaged wire under the passenger seat thought might of been a relay thanks for the help much appreciated!
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Re: Air bag light on possible relay?
« Reply #3 on: 06 March 2021, 19:17:21 »

That's usually the cause, but the Omega doesn't seem to suffer from that as much as some cars ;)
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Re: Air bag light on possible relay?
« Reply #4 on: 06 March 2021, 20:53:43 »

Other cause in late Elite's is the passenger seat occupancy detector.
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