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The most common problem is there is a build up of resistance in the connector from low voltage flow through the connector. Go to the parts store and buy a can of electrical cleaner in a spray can and spray the connector male and female with the connector unplugged Put dialectic grease inside the connector and put it back to together and see if the code comes back.
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I just tried cleaning as you asked but it didn't help
If the Resistance of the buckle is ok then it is going to be a open wire or a bad airbag module.
Does the two wire plug on the right belt go directly to the module and if so what is the pin location on the module so I can check?
give me a minute to look
Here are the different 95 codes you could have gotten. Do you know which one it is?
I have the print out. It says B0095 Right Frontal Restraints Sensor Continuous Memory D tc
The seat belt on the passenger front side goes through one connector it is c 312 For picture of location click here go to f6 on the grid for location
I see a U0028 Vehicle Communication Bus A Continuous Memory D tc as well
click on the blue words above.
After the 95 there are some other codes. I am going to go with what you have said.
That is the only connector between the belt and the restraint Module
i will check the c312 it looks like it is under the seat/carpet
Yes that is correct under the seat and the carpet.
There is a lot of connections under the seat. I could not see the white/orange and black wire that comes from the belt so is it best to unbolt the seat to get at these connections?
are you still there?
Yes It would be best to remove the seat to get to the connector. It might also be prudent to get a tester that can access the air bag module. Then you can look at the ohms through the tester and see what is really going on.
So what does this mean? check under the seat and if good there bring to dealer to test or can you give me the pins that plug in the module or maybe i can see the colors that leave the seat and see them at the module plug. will try this after i look under seat
I am just trying to make it easy for pinpointing and telling you how I do it.
Unfortunately if the code is a 95, I am also going to tell you the code 95 has nothing to do with the set belt but a impact sensor on the front grill of the car picture to follow
I don't know what tester you mean. The person used one that plugged in under the dash at the drivers knee area
Interesting I could change them out
It is number 2 in the picture above.
will ck this before removing seat thanks
Just trying to help out reason I wanted to know the code for sure.
Check the continuity of the wiring to the module 1 is pin 30 and 2 is pin 29 if less than 5 ohms replace the RH Front Impact Severity Sensor
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The sensors were involved in the accident. I did check resistance of both front ones at the sensor pins. They were very close in resistance but can't remember what it was. will check for 5 ohms and let you know.
I got 192K ohms and 194K ohms on the two front sensors not 5 ohms. Are the side sensors the same part?
Thanks I understand now. I will check the wiring next.
Steve, pin 2-29 (green with blue stripe wire) is good. I don't have pin 1-30 (white with blue stripe) but i get it to show a reading from pin 1-10. It reads 4.3 ohms. This is an early 2010 if that makes a difference.
Steve, Didn't have time this weekend but just finished taking both my front sensors out and butting them in my son's 2010 fusion. They work fine in his car. My car still has the light coming on after it goes out at start up using his car's sensors
Did you check the wiring on this early 2010? (mfg date 4/09) See my previous question when wiring was not what you said it should be.
On the module 30 has no connection on the ohm meter to pin 1 but it has connection to pin 10. Why is this? wire color is the same on both 10 and 30.
another thing that may help is that my outdoor temperature is reading -40 degrees. Is this the same harness?
Does the plug on the sensor to the plug on the module have any connection plugs between these two points?
Tom,Are you sure you are testing the right part? On the 10 fusion you have two impact sensors on the front grill.
On the 09 you have one.
since your build date is 4/09 I am going to give you both wiring diagrams for the 09 and the 10. If you are reading Minus 40 the sensor is bad or the wiring is bad or it is unplugged. It is starting to sound like you have a wiring concern.
Here is the wiring diagram for the 10 fusion click here for the 09 click here
In your drawing of the 2010 with two sensors, the right and left sensors seem to go through a plug called C219. If this is a plug, where is it located. If I am showing no connection between white blue wire at pin 1 to pin 30, couldn't C219 be the problem?
am I reading the drawing wrong? It looks like the location drawing shows it left side of the car. There is a fuse box on that side as well.
I have not had time to get to it under the dash. Maybe today. I will give you a positive rating when we get to the end of this. I appreciate someone else to get ideas from. It is a side project SEL with 1400 miles I am doing for my wife.
Steve, Can you let me know what the C219 plug looks like? Is it a 4 wire plug. I took out the fuse box under the dash by unplugging everything. Does it go to that box or is it a plug behind the box? are the plugs numbered in anyway. Tom
We are done the light is out. The problem was caused by me soldering on the pigtail that connects to the sensor and the outside temp. I swapped two wires both have a blue stripe one is gray the other is white. The temp still says -40 degrees but Just hooked the wires together to test and will solder later. I may of burned the temp sensor out with the wrong hook up. It was some time ago that I did the soldering but think I remember doing it in the almost dark outside. Yes the car was in an accident. Welded in another frame rail on drivers side. now everything works so I can put on fenders and hood etc.
Thanks for your help.