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Airbag diagnosis for code 1935 on ’02 F150

I recently bought this truck which was a salvage vehicle but was rebuilt before I got it (at least cosmetically). The airbag light was on so I got the codes and started fixing the problems. I replaced both front seatbelts/pre-tensioners so that now I just have a code 1935 which is passenger airbag resistance too low. I disconnected the wire to the passenger airbag and cleared the previous code and now got a code 1933 which is passenger airbag resistance too high. Makes sense as when it’s disconnected its an open circuit with infinite resistance. Does it look like there is a short in the airbag if I got a low resistance code the first time, and that I need to replace the airbag? Should I try to plug in an airbag simulator in the passenger airbag connector and retest before getting a new airbag? If so who sells them?

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Re: Airbag diagnosis for code 1935 on ’02 F150

If you can get a simulator and clear the code without the light coming back on, then that would be the right way to diagnose the problem before spending the money for a new/used airbag. I am not sure who would sell them though.
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I was able to order a pair of the correct simulators 105-R0013 direct through Rotunda for $40 this morning.
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