SRS (Airbag)

Discussion in 'Volvo Forum' started by Weiboy718, Nov 9, 2019.

  1. Weiboy718

    Weiboy718 Bobtail Member

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    Just wondering if anybody can point me where to check for my airbag issue.

    No fault codes under diagnostics. Only error I’m getting is the Info light with the airbag symbol.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated!
     

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  2. Newto Trucking

    Newto Trucking Light Load Member

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    Volvo premium tech tool software will be able to show you the errors, in other words you need a laptop with Volvo software doesn’t have to be a dealer as long they have a working program and right adapter
     
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  3. roundhouse

    roundhouse Light Load Member

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    Dunno about the Volvo trucks
    But with Volkswagen cars it’s almost always the connection of the wires that plug into the bag harness on the steering collumn or under the seat
     
  4. Weiboy718

    Weiboy718 Bobtail Member

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    yeah I’ve already checked the wiring within the airbag inside the steering wheel and found no issue. I was hoping someone would know where all the sensors and modules are at.
     
  5. d281833

    d281833 Heavy Load Member

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    Are you running Omnitracs ELD? I have the same issue, it's the ELD. Unplug it, and it goes away. No fix they say other than changing to a different ELD make.
     
  6. QUALITYTRUCK

    QUALITYTRUCK Road Train Member

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    This is the correct way to find your issue. If you insist on throwing parts at it blindly though, I would start by replacing clockspring first.
     
  7. Weiboy718

    Weiboy718 Bobtail Member

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    I’m not any ELD, nothing is plugged into the diagnostic port.
     
  8. Weiboy718

    Weiboy718 Bobtail Member

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    Yes I agree! Unfortunately where I’m from every mechanic will throw parts at it rather than doing a proper diagnostic.
     
  9. nasriza

    nasriza Road Train Member

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    Are all horns in steering working if yes remove steering cover and check maybe airbag unplugged or clock spring broken. Usually if they replace steering shafts sometimes it gets damaged need t 27 long torx. 2 screws and cover pops up.
     
  10. Weiboy718

    Weiboy718 Bobtail Member

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    Thanks for the advice!

    I did removed the airbag and visually I don’t see anything wrong and the airbag is plugged in tightly. However I can’t see anything beyond the wiring harness that the airbag is connected. Is there a way to remove the clock spring? I did not dug deeper but it seems like the steering wheel will have to be removed in order to access the clock spring? Is that how it is?

    Thanks!
     
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