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Hello all,

Just searching for information one of you might have.

Anyone happen to know or have access to info on how many ohms each airbag circuit in the steering wheel is? :naughty:

NO FLAK PLEASE!

Thanks
 

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I would not tinker with that stuff.... IMO !!!
 

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Nope Trying to do a wheel swap the right way.
Take it as you will with tinkering with this stuff, I'm confident in doing this I just need a starting point to go from resistor wise (it should be extremely low range). This is going to be on the truck side of course

I'm not happy with the usual answer of "oh just de-solder your airbag light."
 

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I checked the 2007 Service Manual for information, but couldn't find much. Most of the testing on the SIR System calls for a TechII or a J38715A Load Tool. The only reference I could find related to the Steering Wheel Airbag circuit resistance, was a check from the 4 way connector (C275) at the lower end of the steering column, to the SDM (Sensing & Diagnostic Module) connector, under the driver's seat. For those four wires, it calls for less than 1 Ω. Not much to go on.
 

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Didn't mean no disrespect.... It's your truck... Carry on !!! LOL
 
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