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Old 02-26-2024, 06:36 PM #1
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Passenger SRS Airbag light

Hi All, having an issue that the dealer is struggling with on my 2020 TRD Pro. Pretty much anytime my Wife or Son sit up front, the SRS airbag light goes on for the passenger side. (warning on cluster, head unit & airbag light) Dealer has never been able to replicate the issue (6 visits and counting) and are at a loss.

Toyota headquarters is now involved, and the latest suggestion is that I remove every single non oem electronic item from the vehicle. Including: Diode Dynamics fog lights, License plate lights, led interior lights, led head lights (high and low) No mention of the dash cam, but its on a seperate fused line.

Does this make any sense???
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NO, it sounds stupid, but i have heard Toyota doing this to try to single out aftermarket stuff mainly to find something else to blame other than their stuff.
I have read this same scenario on forums over the years, someone having an odd-ball issue and Toyota tells the owner to remove anything and everything aftermarket so they can count those things out as part of the issue. It isnt hard if you dont have anything done but it really sucks if you have all sorts of goodies like yourself.

Now, i have worked at a stereo shop for years back when i was younger, and kept up with my skills on my own stuff over the years. I have seen some hodge-podge BS come in the shops and wonder how people have not burned their vehicles to the ground over and over. A friend of mine owns a big stereo shop in town and i occasionally go in to grab something and almost every day hes fixing someone elses shoddy work and laughing as he pulls out rats nests from under the dash and amplifier wire run outside the A-pillar and thru the door jamb. Not saying your stuff is that caliber but Toyota is likely just wanting to try to rule out anything that you added but it would seem extremely EXTREMELY unlikely that aftermarket headlights and interior lights would mess with the passenger seat airbag system.

There is a pressure sensor under the seat, and its own wiring system that i believe goes to a box in the passengers floorboard. I would think the pressure sensor, plug under the seat, wiring that runs down the passengers floorboard, or that box in the kick panel would be a much more likely source of the problem.
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The only electrical mod I have that isnt direct plug and play is my dash cam, and even then its 'add a fuse' type. Everything else is interior bulbs, diode dynamics fogs and license plate lights.

They have asked me to start with removing the LED headlights, and then continue one by one with other items. The bulbs are Auxito direct plug and play, but of the higher wattage variety witha built in fan.
(AUXITO H11 LED Bulb 6000K Cool White)

I will feel really stupid if this is related, but for now I am following through with what they asked.

FWIW, last time the warning light went on, I scanned it with a bluetooth reader and no codes were present.

Also discussed with 2 former Toyota techs, and neither think they are even on the same circuit, so who knows. During the last inspection my seat heaters and rear window button stopped working too, but thats likely just the fuse. Havent had time to look.

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