Code 47 is for the r/f seat belt buckle--the seat belt buckle has a explosive in it that pulls the buckle down to tighten up the seat belt when you get into an accident--take a look under the r/f seat and take a look at the wire to the r/f seat belt buckle ,,just in case they are broken or unpluged -the wires are YELLOW / BLACK and YELLOW / RED ---there is also a TSB out for this that the conector under the seat has high resistance and they wont you to clean the conector --any more info just ask , we can go back and fourth on this page
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- BODY - SAFETY BELT PRETENSIONER DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES (DTC) B1877 AND/OR B1881
- ELECTRICAL - SAFETY BELT PRETENSIONER DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES (DTC) B1877 AND/OR B1881
|Publication Date: January 23, 2004|
This article supersedes TSB 03-6-9 to update the service procedure.
Some vehicles may exhibit the Airbag Warning Lamp illuminated and Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC's) B1877 (Driver Pretensioner Circuit Resistance High) and/or B1881 (Passenger Pretensioner Circuit Resistance High), indicating a high resistance in the Safety Belt Pretensioner Circuit. Workshop Manual diagnostic routines may not identify the wiring connector as the cause. This issue may be caused by fretting/oxidation/corrosion in the wiring terminals in connector C3014 on the driver side seat bottom or C303 on the passenger side seat bottom near each safety belt pretensioner assembly.
To service, clean the safety belt pretensioner connector terminals and tape off the wiring to isolate the harness connector and terminals from stress and vibration. Even if a DTC is received for only one pretensioner, perform the rerouting and anchoring for both sides. Refer to the following Service Procedure.
- Depower the Supplemental Restraint System following the Depowering Procedure in Section 501-20B General Procedures of the Workshop Manual.
- Slide the driver and passenger seats forward to allow access to the pretensioner connectors mounted to the rear of the seat bottom.
- Disconnect connectors C3014 and C303 from the seat side of the wire harness.
- Bend the driver side 14401 harness over the wire harness connector and apply tape as shown (Figure 1). Repeat for the passenger side harness and connector as shown (Figure 2). Be sure to orient the wire on the connector as illustrated or the wire harness may bind after installation.
- Spray Deoxit (#D5S-6) Electrical Contact Cleaner/Lubricant on both pins in the male and female sides of the connectors. Spray for two seconds into each connector side to load the terminal pins.
|NOTE:||DEOXIT SPRAY (D5S-6) CAN BE OBTAINED BY CALLING CAIG LABROTORIES, INC. AT(NNN) NNN-NNNN(PACIFIC TIME). ONE SPRAY CONTAINER COULD POTENTIALLY TREAT 200-300 VEHICLES.|
- Wipe off any excess liquid from the exterior of the connectors and harnesses and reconnect both C3014 and C303.
- Repower the supplemental restraint system following the repowering procedure in Section 501-20B General Procedures of the Workshop Manual.
- Clear all Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) from the Restraints Control Module (RCM) and retest.
|PART NUMBER||PART NAME|
|D5S-6||Deoxit Spray - Electrical Contact Cleaner/Lubricant|
OTHER APPLICABLE ARTICLES:
Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage
|040204A||Clean The Safety Belt Pretensioner Connector Terminals (Includes Time To Check For Codes, Depower The Supplemental Restraint System, Clean Terminals On Both Seats, Then Repower Supplemental Restraint System, Clear Codes And Retest||0.6 Hr.|
Figure 1 - Article 04-2-4Figure 2 - Article 04-2-4
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