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Old 12-05-2014
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Airbag 2-7 is back

So after replacing the pass disable bulb last year; I'm getting an intermittent code 27 recently. More noticeable on cold (near or below freezing) days.

The light still works; most times, so has something become loose, or could there be another source for the 27 code?
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Resolder joints again. Maybe want to just replace bulb again when you do that.
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I figured it probably cracked a joint, it's been 20yrs since I last soldiered.

If I recall I replaced it with a led bulb; so should be good for the life of the truck!
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