Any resolution about code 01218 (N200), passenger side airbag igniter: resistance too high: intermittent?
I just picked my car up from my body shop where it was mostly sitting in the COLD mn winter for two weeks. (sorry, I forgot the .txt file on my other computer at home) Car is a 337 which I've owned since 40k, its now at 110k and I've never had the airbags go off, and never had a problem with the airbag light on...
With the airbag light is on, I decided to VAG it right away upon getting home. It returned the same code as above. Cleared the code, came back on a few seconds of the engine being on.
I've searched some this AM to find that it is a couple of potential problems. Knowing a few things to look for when it gets warmer will help; but I feel I should also commenton two other things which makes me question why it came on; 1) does the fact that the battery was almost dead upon picking it up matter? 2) does the fact that the car was sitting outside in very cold mn winters matter? (wiring connections?)
I've taken a brief look under the passenger seat and all connections look good at first glance, no different than they always had.