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hi, i have a peugeot 306 1.4 1998 with the air bag light flashing on and off. a fault code check showed 164 ignition pretensioner (1). am i right in thinking the drivers pretensioner unit needs replacing. are there any tests that can be done on these?

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 Posted 8/27/2004 9:12:28 AM
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Don’t know whats happened to Cyril?

But whilst your waiting for the definative answer, take a good hard look at the airbag wiring under the drivers seat; these have known "nibbling" issues.


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 Posted 8/27/2004 10:23:28 AM
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          Cyril is away till monday according to his earlier post.
       
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         Only check wiring under seat dont go probeing about with meter or the air bag or pretensior could go off. If you are not sure don,t mess, it could cost you more in the long run.


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 Posted 8/28/2004 3:37:22 AM
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Good point!  Should have stressed safety; but y’never know if it’s going to sound patronizing to an unknown recipient.

Anyway, for those not in the know, on late 306’s it’s;  ignition off, 5 minutes, battery earth off, disconnect airbag control ECU(s), then you should be OK.

The last thing we want is spurious airbag detonations - have you seen the price of those things!


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        Thanks for backing me up on safety. this site is open to all, and some short cuts that us (professionals !) may carry out knowing the implecations of, the like shorting out of a wire, may be lost on those who are not so informed.
        So i always try to piont out safety issues and bad practice.


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 Posted 8/30/2004 3:57:23 AM
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im back been to dussledorf to catch up on my aircraft spotting(sad git)

seat belt pretensioner no 1 is the passenger side,

that got you """

it is more than likely the the connector under the seat,orange cable and connector 2 pin,

GET YOUR RADIO CODE FIRST YOU WILL NEED IT. then leave your d\door open and turn off the alarm( switch by the n\s head light

disconnect you battery at both terminals, leave car alone for 10 to 15 mins to allow the voltage to disipate from the system,make sure you have a good connection on the connector and some free play ether side of it (NOW TURN ON THE INGNITION ,CONNECT THE POS TERMINAL THEN THE NEG TERMINAL, TURN OFF THE INGNITION AND THEN TURN ON . the light should go out after 5 secs.

if the alarm starts shouting shut the door and use the plip to lock it

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     Nothing wrong with aircraft spotting i was at fairford tattoo not long ago, and i,v got a friendly spitefire pilot who does a victory roll over my workshop sometimes if i hear him coming and can get out quick for him to see me.


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Y’see what happens when our God forsakes us!  We can’t even tell our lefts from our rights!

That’s what I meant by the definative answer!

Nowt sad in plane-spotting.

You’d have loved it here (Mid-Sussex) Sat 1500;
Lanc. Spit and Hurri banking in together at about 500ft, sunlit under 7 octars,  Merlins snarling.  Music !!!  


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how did this god thing start, ive just noticed it in the first frame, thought you all  were taking the p===

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ahhhhhh

I get you now! I thought Cyril was on about the fact that this thread seems to have become duplicated on the forum (it’s got the same posts etc......the whole thing just seems to appear twice).

I can definitely state that it was not me that started the ’god’ label Cyril. It was probably one of the many people you have helped, and is perhaps a worthy title for someone that knows so much about Citroens!  BigGrin

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