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Old 3rd May 2011   #1
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Clio, crash sensor location

Hi i have a post out on this fault already i had a code reader test done today fault code was (179 ) Front side sensor curcuit off side no signal, crash sensor. Had a look in Haynes Manual and it is shown but i dont know wear to look without getting under the dash and cutting open the loom. Can any body guide to the crash sensor... Thank's
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Re: Clio, crash sensor location

Your side crash sensors should be on the inner sill or the channel under your seats
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Re: Clio, crash sensor location

HI I thank for your info on crash sensor, I found the sensor bolted to the sill under the drivers i went to a body shop and he sold me a sensor for 10 pluged it in and it cleared the airbad & service off after a week it's still all O.K Thank's for your help....
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