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Old 02-12-08, 09:10 AM
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The SRS airbag light came on this morning (or actually did not go off after the 6 second self test time) on 2007 Hilux DC. Any known causes or common problems that cause this (before I ask the stealers to fix).
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Most common faults with airbags are the connector plugs that is not connected propperly or high resistance on the terminals.There is safety rules regarding SRS ,so if you dont know what to do rather leave it.

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You can also take it to your nearest dealer and let them scan the vehicle's diagnostics for you. (5 Mins and it's Free)
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My 99 2.7 did the same thing.
Took Toyota two days to find the fault. It was the movable activation contact behind the steering wheel that was faulty
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Hi Guys,

Was about to start a thread on this myself but alas.

Same has happened to me with my 2005 2.7 @ 92,000km, my B.I.L's 2005 3.0 D4D @ 81,000km and my other B.I.L's 2006 2.7 @ 65,000km.

The last two were both repaired under the 3 year / 100 000km warranty but my warranty has expeired 4 months ago, NICE!!

I had the stealers do a diagnostics test and their little machine immediately reported that the "Squib - Connector" on the steering wheel was but FUBAR.

What actually interested me more was the mechanic that did the diagnostic test for me, actuaaly told me that it cause for the SRS light was what he calls the "spiral - connector" on the steering wheel BEFORE he even hooked up his diagnostic machine! I then asked him if this is a common problem and he said yes, quite common but typically fixed via warranty claims between the dealer and TSA.

I am lucky winner here as my vehicle has only recently gone out of warranty, but I have managed to get the following prices to have it fixed out of my pocket:

Labour @ 30min: R250-00
Part: R1480-00
VAT: R242-20
Total: R1972-20

I am very interested in hearing from all other Hilux owners w.r.t. this SRS Airbag light and which of you have experienced this.

I am not going to pay for something which seems to be an inherent problem on the current Hilux's.

Will keep my eyes on this thread!

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Taking it to the dealers on Friday. Will report back what the cause of the problem is.
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Got it back from the dealer. They replaced the "Squib - Connector".

Incidnetally, I spoke to the workshop manager, on avergage they replace +/- 15 of these, at their workshop, on a monthly basis.

So it seems like the Toyota build quality is a thing of the past
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Nice Thread!

I had the same issue now with my 2002 KZTE!, I was away in Cederberg, and the light just would not turn off... I tried to reset the ECU with removing the battery terminal, nothing, wrote a post on the Hilux4x4.co.za forum.. lots of help, and was told it was prob this squib connector, search my van for any broken wires. nothing.

Called Toyota, chatted to one of their top dawgs, told me to book it in ASAP at some crazy hourly rate... eish! Luckly for me I waiting until my friends workshop opened.. www.ferroli.co.za we ran a Diagnostic test, report said OPEN CONNECTION - PASSENGER AIR BAG... opened the Glove Box, unplugged and replugged in the Airbag Connector, and WALA! Light off... problem solved! Cost = R0.00

Sometimes its something alot smaller then what the stealerships tell you, so check your cables connectors first, or PM for a Diagnostic Test if you in Cape Town!

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haha, so funny ... you know Murpheys Law... well ...

Driving home last night, had to drop off some racing shocks for our Challenge Car and as I left the place... LIGHT ON! hahah I laughed.... and Laughed... got abit worried that is could be something else, but seems that it was the same thing! Fixed again, must be a loose wired in the connector...

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My 2005 3d4d did the same the problem is with the driver side airbag. Toyata Ermelo call it the spiral. They replaced it for R1250 that is for part,labour,total cost. The guys here say +/- every 100000km.
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I have the same problem with my 2007 D4D after 80 000km. Dealer also says the spiral cable need to be replaced for R1500.00.
I think there is just a loose connection somewhere. How do I find it? Thats the problem!
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SRS wire diagram.pdf
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I had the same problem with my 2007 4L V6 after about 110 000km. Checked the connections, no fix. Finally took it to the stealers. R1500 later had the spiral cable replaced. Problem fixed.
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spiral cable 90 000km 2oo7 fortuner 3.0d4d replaced
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So it seems like the Toyota build quality is a thing of the past
YOU SAID IT!!

And its a pity really. Toyota used to known for superior build quality. Looks like toyota's wheels are coming off now. How many recalls did they have now in quite a short while and now this?

What do you huys think went wrong?

If I have to guess:

1. Toyota is focusing more on quantity these days - lacking the usual superb quality. (Afterall, they do sell a lot more cars than other brands)

2. Trying to cut production costs - more profit

Sure these things do exist with other manufacturers as well, but not to such an extend where the general public is starting to ask questions - people who does not even own a toyota (like me)

It's quite scary actually

And yet, if you consider to buy something like a KIA or Hyundai (which is doing pretty damn good lately) you will still always get the "rather buy a toyota" comment

I am not bashing the toyota brand, but merely pointing out that maybe it is time for toyota to go back to the drawing board and start to do things the way they did before.
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On my 2007 Fortuner (hilux stationwagon) my airbag warning light came on at 110,000 km. Luckily I had purchased the extended waranty, so It was replaced on Toyota's cost. Around R2000.

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I think I see a trend. My 2007 2.7D/C has 57000km on clock. Airbag light came on on Wednesday afternoon.
Called stealers and was told to bring it in the next morning. Mechanic did a diagnostics test and "cleared" it. I was told it must have been a power surge or something as it was not stored in the "memory" ie. it msut have been trigered by something previously.
Came on again on Friday afternoon on my way to Addo.
On my way back now to give them a piece of my mind (the part SWAMBO has not chewed on all weekend about this!!)

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Airbag light came on yesterday afternoon. Took it to Toyota this morning, still waiting for the verdict.

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Verdict: Spiral Cord needs to be replaced R2000.00.

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Light came on on my 2007 Fortuner D-4D 116 500km last week. Spiral Cord replaced R2000.00.
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Got it back from the dealer. They replaced the "Squib - Connector".

Incidnetally, I spoke to the workshop manager, on avergage they replace +/- 15 of these, at their workshop, on a monthly basis.

So it seems like the Toyota build quality is a thing of the past
Nope, not only Toyota, exact thing happened on my Terracan 70 000kms and past warranty, they wanted R3k to fix.
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Nice Thread!

I had the same issue now with my 2002 KZTE!, I was away in Cederberg, and the light just would not turn off... I tried to reset the ECU with removing the battery terminal, nothing, wrote a post on the Hilux4x4.co.za forum.. lots of help, and was told it was prob this squib connector, search my van for any broken wires. nothing.

Called Toyota, chatted to one of their top dawgs, told me to book it in ASAP at some crazy hourly rate... eish! Luckly for me I waiting until my friends workshop opened.. www.ferroli.co.za we ran a Diagnostic test, report said OPEN CONNECTION - PASSENGER AIR BAG... opened the Glove Box, unplugged and replugged in the Airbag Connector, and WALA! Light off... problem solved! Cost = R0.00
So, everything keeps going "light", Toyota ?!

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Clock spring in Triton Steering cause of airbag light.Seems different brands have same issues

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My airbag light has also come on and Toyota advised that it is due to the Spiral Cable. Toyota extended warranty also doesn't cover "wiring" so it seems like I'll be on my own here.

This definately seems to be a common issue on Toyota's. Read another bunch of articles on the Tacoma in the states....

http://www.iol.co.za/motoring/cars/t...tPageLayout.ot
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My airbag light has also come on and Toyota advised that it is due to the Spiral Cable. Toyota extended warranty also doesn't cover "wiring" so it seems like I'll be on my own here.
Huh? Do you have the extended warrant from Toyota Care?

Reading the document sent to me, under exclusions, it says:
  • Serviceable Items
  • Normal wear and tear
Nowhere under exclusions does it mention wiring.

Under steering components covered it mentions "steering assembly" of which IMO an airbag is part.

Could it be that they are taking a chance?

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So mine came on over the holiday but after checking all the fuses it went out again and stayed out.

Yesterday it came on and after checking fuses it is still on...

hilux going in tomorrow for checkup.... phoned Parts and got quoted R1,560 just for the part!

BUGGER not the ideal time to have such an expense!!

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So mine came on over the holiday but after checking all the fuses it went out again and stayed out.

Yesterday it came on and after checking fuses it is still on...

hilux going in tomorrow for checkup.... phoned Parts and got quoted R1,560 just for the part!

BUGGER not the ideal time to have such an expense!!
Sounds about right. Ask for a part price discount from the dealer. I usually get 10%.

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Was vanoogend by Toyota en gelukkig was daar net 'n "error code" wat gereset is. Die diagnostic op die Spiral Cord en al die componente van die SRS system is 100%. Tegnikus se dit kon wees as gevolg van 'n klein short iewers in die sisteem. Die komper onthou dit en waarsku maar net dat alles gecheck moet word.

Baie goeie diens byw Barloworld Stellenbosch gekry vanoggend. Binne 15 minute ingeboek, gehelp, gereset en oppad huis toe. Toe ek vra oor die koste het die Service Advisor net sy kop geskud en gesÍ: Dit was niks meneer!

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BUGGER!! Die liggetjie het weer begin brand en ek het die bakkie ingevat. die keer is my vrese bevestig! Die Spiral Cord met vervang word!

Gaan so R2000 kos vir die Part en Instalasie.

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Ok. I replaced the spiral connector on 78,000 km. Now on 220 000km, so is it safe to say that the replacement was of better quality (maybe toyota realised their mistake and fixed the part) or is it just luck. Anyone out there that had to replace it twice ?
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And mine went on over the weekend!
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Mine came on over December. Remembering this thread I immediatly thought it must be the dreaded R2000 spiral cable. February I removed my seats to get the seat covers off. After installing the fronts seats again the light went off, and it has been off since.
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And mine went on over the weekend!
Ai tog, so die SILVER TUNA het ook maar nou en dan sy probleme...

Dit is gelukkig 'n redelik maklike oplossing (al is dit duur).

Probeer miskien eers die error code reset. Dit het myne so week of twee laat doregkom tot hy maar later net weer dieselfde nukke ge had het.

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Ok so mine came on this morning.

Has any one tried a DIY on this

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Dewald Scholtz
He did a DIY
Just look a bit further down on the Toyota section

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Thanks will look for it

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Just had a thought. Is this spiral connector part of the hooter or indicator circuit. If it is could the fact that some gents tried to liberate my Hilux in the usual manner by shorting the circuit be a possible cause of this issue.

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As said previously sometimes it is only the connectors under the front seats making a poor connection. Check these first.
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Kyk Hier!
http://4x4community.co.za/forum/showthread.php?t=182135

Recal op alle eerste generasie Hiluxes en Fortuners agv die probleem!

kyk Vin nommer hier: http://recall.toyota.co.za/main/

Myne is geaffekteer, maar handelaar is eens TSA behoort die te refund wat reeds hul Spiral Cable vervang het.

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Has anybody been told what the field fix is yet. My local dealer still does not have the info. They say they are waiting for Toyota Japan.

He has confirmed that I will be refunded for the repairs I did a month or so ago

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