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      06-04-2013, 10:11 PM   #1
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Run INPA: But Could Not Clear Airbag

Anyone can read my screen captures below for before & after clear and tell me what error I have? My airbag on after I changed the battery. Could not clear it.


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Safety battery terminal, check battery connection in your trunk ( battery cable +). There is a circuit, probably. You need to replace it.

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Safety battery terminal, check battery connection in your trunk ( battery cable +). There is a circuit, probably. You need to replace it.
Great, Thank you ******. Not a very good experience with E91 so far since March, 2 weeks into ownership: battery went out, and then airbag light until now, Remote is not working (probably board on rear hatch), Rear Glass is not open (probably micro switch),...
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Great, Thank you ******. Not a very good experience with E91 so far since March, 2 weeks into ownership: battery went out, and then airbag light until now, Remote is not working (probably board on rear hatch), Rear Glass is not open (probably micro switch),...

Maybe you just need to adjust the connector and the try to delete de airbag light. My car has the problem that the previous owner installed a battery smaller in size and it does not sit firmly on its tray. Sometimes it moves a little while driving into potholes or on street bumps and the light comes on. I just wait until I get home to re-adjust the small connector and use the tool to clear the error.
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Maybe you just need to adjust the connector and the try to delete de airbag light. My car has the problem that the previous owner installed a battery smaller in size and it does not sit firmly on its tray. Sometimes it moves a little while driving into potholes or on street bumps and the light comes on. I just wait until I get home to re-adjust the small connector and use the tool to clear the error.
Thank you for your suggestion, will check that tonight. The new battery is smaller but I did clamp it down using the OEM clamp (move to the new location). but I guess something loose (the new battery has a smaller post, I have to make a shim for the negative post but did not make it for positive post because the positive post seem to be tight). Will recheck everything tonight

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Maybe you just need to adjust the connector and the try to delete de airbag light. My car has the problem that the previous owner installed a battery smaller in size and it does not sit firmly on its tray. Sometimes it moves a little while driving into potholes or on street bumps and the light comes on. I just wait until I get home to re-adjust the small connector and use the tool to clear the error.
What tool do you use to clear the error? And what error is thrown is it the "Restraint Systems Malfunction"?
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What tool do you use to clear the error? And what error is thrown is it the "Restraint Systems Malfunction"?
I used Bavarian Technic cable and app.
I got a 93B2, which is Security Battery Clamp, and yes, it is within the Restraint System section of codes.
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I used Bavarian Technic cable and app.
I got a 93B2, which is Security Battery Clamp, and yes, it is within the Restraint System section of codes.
http://www.bavariantechnic.com/buy.aspx

option 1/2?
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Option 1, on the right. $287 for up to 3 VINs
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