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Which means: Faulty diagnostic module (System-down fuse burned). So, what does this mean in english? And how do I fix it? Thanks.
 

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Will do, thanks.
 

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that means that the airbag computer module is dead. Mine does this because I waited to long to do the resistor fix when I took the bag out. The fuse in the computer blows because it thinks there's a fault in the system. No way to replace the fuse. You have to buy a new computer. It could also be that the capacitors(i think thats the word?) are leaking on the circuit board in there in which case you can fix it. Do a search on M.net There are lots of threads about this
 

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Ohhh, dang. I checked both of the fuses and they were fine so that got me thinking. I'll also check that out.
 

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I took my bulb out, and it started to buzz....

I replaced the bulb, and covered it from the backside with black tape. I am sure it is still bkinking...but I cannot see it now....
 

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I took my bulb out, and it started to buzz....

I replaced the bulb, and covered it from the backside with black tape. I am sure it is still bkinking...but I cannot see it now....
Did you disconnect the airbag module first? Inside the module, there's a small speaker. I suspect, that's where the buzz would come from.
Bingo!!!

I pulled my airbag computer when I pulled my dash. Also pulled the bulb. Silence is golden!
 
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