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  1. Airbag fault codes. Please help!!! 
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    Hi everyone. I know this must have been put up a hundred times before but there seem to be a hundred differwnt answers!
    Ive got vcds and ive got 2 different codes come up
    01217 side airbag ignighter driverside (n119)
    001 upper limit exceeded mill on

    01222 crash sensor side airbag passenger side (g180) 010 open or short to plus mil on.

    My next step is to bypass the yellow block connector under the driver seat but i have no idea on the location of that sensor?
    Any help would be very appreciated.
     
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    Got this problem fixed.
    01217 was the yellow block connector under the seat. Cut out connector and crimped connecting wires.
    01222 was the crash sensor which is located inside the door on the b6 as opposed to the b5 where its under the carpet. I think the sensors are colour coded so if you get one from the scrappy make sure you get the same.
     
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