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Old 09-27-2009, 01:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just like the title says, I'll replace the fuse, and in a few days, the light will come back on, and the fuse will be blown. Any common places to look on these cars? 03 hatchback

I don't think I can read the codes with a standard OBDII reader, or can I?
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Just put a TWM short shifter in, and found the main seat airbag harness running across the sharp metal of the shifter assembly base, right behind the shifter. I couldn't tell if it had actually worn all the way through the insulation, but I moved the harness over and replaced the fuse and it has yet to blow in about a month.

Just throwing that out there if anyone else runs into the same problem.
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