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Hey fellahs,

I've saw this today whilst trying to figure out whats causing the orange airbag light... any idea what it does or is for?

2010 Range Rover SC

...and ofcourse if anyone has any ideas on the below cause of the codes I'm getting I'd be super grateful! I've searched around the forums and tried,

- Replacing the airbag deactivation switch in the front passenger side door jam (no luck)
- Replacing the 10amp fuse (was not blown) in the passenger side glove box (no luck)
- Looking for wires to wiggle and any damage under both driver and passenger side (no yellow wires or damage found)

I recently replaced the sagging headliner with brand new OEM headliner - came on after doing this. Local shop cleared the light but ofc it came back on within seconds and he pulled the codes pictured B00D5-14, B1D75-13, B1D74-13 All of which say "Intermittent"

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Hey ASH,

Thank you, I think you're right! Makes perfect sense...

I'm operating out of Dubai - maybe why its configured differently. What you say makes perfect sense given its location and proximity to the headunit. good thinking.

Now to solve the airbag issue....
 
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