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Hi
I have a 2006 Suzuki Aerio SX
I was wondering if anyone can help me, I just got Aerio and my airbag light is on I scanned the code and it comes up as B1207 but I can’t find any information on the code. This is what I have done so far,
I checked the connectors under both seats, checked 3 connectors behind the glove box, the 2 on the passenger side airbag, I swapped out the airbag computer under the center console,
checked both seatbelt tensioners.. I ever tried putting simulators on each plug but thing is working I’m running out of options and in my state if the airbag light is on they will not pass the inspection
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swapping out the air bag SRS module will raise a permanent code as they need re-coding to the rest of the cars systems. If the swapped module has been in an accident you will never get it to work.

Since this is not the issue in this case, put the original controller back and hope it still works.

B1207 code is the generic Suzuki passenger seat occupancy sensor code and is usually associated with a B1019 code as well. Needs a Suzuki scan tool to correct if its just a recalibration, or if a new seat occupancy senor(s) are fitted.

I suspect your passenger seat sensor has failed. or you have been driving round with a weight over 20 lbs on the seat without the seatbelt plugged in.

You will need a scan tool capable of resetting the SRS codes if you have inadvertently triggered it by having a load on the passenger seat and it hasn't detected the next load and seatbelt connected which would reset it.

Of course, if the sensor has failed, no amount of checking will fix it. Put everything back as it was and get the code cleared and see what comes back.
 

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That’s what I did too was switched out the srs module, I didn’t know It had different settings, I’ll put mine back in, and I have the crp123 reader it says it can clear codes for Suzuki would that work? That’s the one that gave me the b1207 code is my reader. I’ll put mine back in and try again, I know you can clear one code off of one module by grounding the purple wire in the driver side kick panel but I didn’t want to try that with my module
 

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SRS modules are usually propriety code readers or higher end ones to be able to clear codes as these are a "safety" item. If yours clears the code then you're on a winner.
 

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So an update I put back in the original srs module it’s still the same, is there a cheaper way of either fixing that passenger seat or bypassing it or something until I got enough funds to get one from the dealership
 

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get it diagnosed properly, theres several causes for the B1207 code, and it may not be the seat sensor, altho this is the usual cause. It can also be the passenger seat belt sensor not detecting the seat belt is plugged in, wiring etc.

Go see a pro that specialises in SRS systems for a full diagnosis.
 

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go see anybody that specialises in SRS systems, there has to be an air bag specialist somewhere close.
 
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