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I have a 2009 Hyundai i10 (1.2 liter kappa engine) Asta A/T . A week back while driving, the 'check airbag' light came on.

I got it to Hyundai workshop, and they diagnosed these 3 codes with the G-scan tool:


B1102 Battery voltage low
B1329 FIS-Driver communication error
B1334 FIS-Passenger communication error

They erased the codes, but the light stays on.

The mechanic inspected the front impact sensors (FIS) - ok, checked battery voltage - ok, even pulled out and reconnected the SRSCM (beneath the cup holders - this took a lot of time), but the light won't go away.

They said they need more time to test by replacing each component with spare ones (FIS, SRSCM, wiring).

Is it a possibility that the SRSCM can be reset by some tool?

Any other avenues? please help.
 

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QUOTE (blackasta @ Sep 21 2010, 05:01 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=357679
Is it a possibility that the SRSCM can be reset by some tool?

Any other avenues? please help.
This work is being done under warranty. Don't panic or ask how to reset obscure chips. Clearly something is actually broken, just let the engineer do his job and get your car fixed.
 

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Got the code B1620: SRSCM Internal Failure after a week today.
The SRSCM is to be replaced under warranty.
 
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