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Old 08-05-2021, 07:39 AM   #31
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Were your pretensioners removed? That would explain the code. Every E-series since '97 has been built with them.

I stand corrected. It's been a lot of years since I've looked at this issue on my van. Auto Enginuity shows the fault as Passenger Occupancy Sensor open but I can fix it by repairing the wires under the seat described in this thread. Which in fact is the pre tentioner. I don't know weather my van has passenger occupancy sensors like my other vehicles do but I've never seen a wire for it, and I've had that area all apart before.

Where I'm heading with this as to help Annie O is to look beyond just what the diagnostic tools are saying for the problem. Sorry for the confusion.

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Old 08-05-2021, 12:53 PM   #32
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The seatbelt pre-tensioner almost never fails. That code is tripped with the connector is unplugged, or there is other wire damage causing an open circuit.
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I stand corrected. It's been a lot of years since I've looked at this issue on my van. Auto Enginuity shows the fault as Passenger Occupancy Sensor open but I can fix it by repairing the wires under the seat described in this thread. Which in fact is the pre tentioner. I don't know weather my van has passenger occupancy sensors like my other vehicles do but I've never seen a wire for it, and I've had that area all apart before.

Where I'm heading with this as to help Annie O is to look beyond just what the diagnostic tools are saying for the problem. Sorry for the confusion.

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Great info, gentlemen. If the circuit was damaged I imagine its my doing. This is a huge help tho. Wont be able to dedicate time until next week but I will keep you updated... kicking myself for not learning to use a scan tool when it weas first recommended to me a few years back!
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