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SRS B1039 resistance value in the ignition circuit containing component r12/11

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2003 C240 4 matic, I have the icarsoft MB II which resets the SRS message but I need to fix the issue for it to go away permanently.

B1039 resistance value in the ignition circuit containing component r12/11 left rear side airbag ignition squib.

Where should I look?

I was thinking to remove door panel - left rear behind driver?

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Yes, R12/11 is the left rear door airbag. This could be a loose wire. Check that there is a good connection to the airbag and trace the wire back through the door hinge.

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Yes, R12/11 is the left rear door airbag. This could be a loose wire. Check that there is a good connection to the airbag and trace the wire back through the door hinge.
think my plan is to disconnect battery, recharge it, then remove door panel, check wires under the plastic cover around door opening, may be put di-electric paste to connectors.


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