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JCW 210 apparently not!
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Hello,

I have recently installed some JCW seats and have place a 4 ohm resistor across the air bag joint. I already had the light on from when I did not have the resistor in place.

When I plug my b200 in I go to fault and it comes up with E11 which is a little puzzling then when I go and clear the fault I get an E10 fault.

Now I presume this to be an error but nothing I do seams to solve it, I plugged in my OBD II CAN reader to see if there was other faults blocking it and there was nothing, also I have disconnected the battery for a day and tried again... nothing!

Could this be a fault with the reader? does anyone else have one in the Midlands who could have a look?

Any help much appreciated.
 

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OK just an update for anyone who may have this problem, just put the fuse back in and you will find the error stops and you can connect the B200.
 

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OK just an update for anyone who may have this problem, just put the fuse back in and you will find the error stops and you can connect the B200.
I get the same faultcodes E10 and E11. Which fuse do you mean ? fuse from the B200 ?
 

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no its the 15 amp fuse in the fuse box of the car, if that is in then it could be either a dead SRS control unit or a loose wire some place
 
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