Fault code 9103 info experiences

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  1. cocomillion

    cocomillion Active Member

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    9103 The resistance value in the ignition circuit containing component R12/6 (Left rear ETR ignition squib is too high)

    Hi guys been reading on this topic abit since I have had the same srs restraint system defective message come up.

    Has anyone eles had any problems with this? I believe it's a fault caused by the wiring harness being too short.

    I am under the impression this was a manufacturer fault.

    Did MB admit to this in the UK as they did in the US?


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  2. BlackC55

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    The ETR is the tensioning retractor.

    Looks like you have a fault in the left rear seat belt. Nothing to do with the drivers air bag.
     
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    cocomillion

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    I also have the esp message popping up. This with the above seemed like it was the issue with the harness.

    And today I adjusted the steering wheel and since I have no steering function ie the horn, and buttons stopped working. [​IMG]
     
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    I cant read that!
     
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    cocomillion

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    Error 9103 from my understanding is as a result of the harness being stretched to the point it's damaged?
     
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