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post #46 of 50 Old 09-16-2017, 11:54 PM
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Originally Posted by JSTCD View Post
Airbag SRS light
You must jump two pins of the OBD plug under the dash by the left knee.
Use a paper clip or wire to jump TC to CG.
TC is on the top shorter row, 4th pin starting from left
CG is bottom longer row, 5th pin starting from left
See diagram:
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Here is the sequence, according to the manual, Iíve never tried it.
  1. turn car ON, wait 60s
  2. Jump TG & Cg
  3. Wait for any codes to be flashed out by airbag warning light (CURRENT trouble codes), turn car off.
  4. Turn car back on, wait 60s
  5. Wait for any codes to be flashed out (PAST trouble codes), turn car back off.
Code should now be cleared warning light off.
If this fails, apparently you must
  1. Jump TG & CG, turn car on,
  2. After reading codes, remove jumper, warning light should come on..
  3. Within 4 s of light, jump TG & CG (good luck doing it that fast, might be a 2man job)
  4. Light should go off, remove jumper within 4s of light going off.
  5. Light will go back on, repeat step 3
  6. You should now see a steady state flashing of the light, the "All OK signal". Turn car off, remove jumper, warning light should be gone.
Apparently this procedure may need to be done more than once.


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Airbags are critical pieces of safety equipment and contain
explosives, donít mess with them if you donít know what you are doing. ****

As always, if there is something actually wrong with your airbag, you need to fix this first or the code will eventually re-trip.
Tried editing my reply. I was wondering what manual you were talking about

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I know this is an old thread but was hoping someone could help me as I have hit a dead end after replacing all four wheel hubs on my 2007 Lexus IS250. I jumped my OBD port since I was not getting any codes after replacing my hubs but was getting multiple lights. My ABS light gave me 3 flashes 3 times followed by a a set of 4 flashes. Looks like its ABS senses YE1 and BU 1 but can anyone help me determine which sensors those are? Cannot find it anywhere online. Also my P/S light flashes 1 times and then 3 times. I cannot find what thats meaning anywhere. Then in my message screen at the top of the dash Im getting a message reading "Diag 4wd" and flashes between 84, 94, and 96. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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thanks for sharing, very useful information for me! I will try it soon!
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after changing out the rear rotor and pads on my 2007 Camry Hybrid, I tried Wiggl3s's procedure and it did not work with the car off or on ACC.

Jumping TC and CG did work, here is what I experienced:

1. My Scanguage II showed no codes. The VCS System Warning was showing as were several other warnings.
2. Using a standard silver metal paper clip did not work. Apparently, it was a non-conducting metal. I used a piece of picture hanging wire instead.
3. After starting the car with TC and CG jumped, I saw "VSC DIAG 45" and many other warning lights were flashing, but the Brake warning light was steady on.
4. After hitting the brakes 8 times, the display changed from "VSC DIAG 45" to "VSC DIAG".
5. At this point, turning the car off then turning it on again cleared all codes and warning lights.

Thanks JSTCD!!!
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