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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-05-2019, 04:45 PM Thread Starter
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airbag light flashing, giving p0328 knock sensor code

Hi guys, old school Z guy here, know the 280 well,but the missus has just bought 2004 350 roadster. Beautiful car to drive, can't fault it.
However, after week of owning, airbag light started flashing, but spitting out knock sensor code p0328.
Firstly, shouldn't the engine light be on for such a code?
Has no misfire etc.
The sevice history that came with car says airbag light has been an issue at least twice before but was only a seatbelt sensor. It stated that it was triggered when shifting drivers seat which is exactly what triggered it this time.
Anyone else come across this issue?
Am going to have a look at the seatbelt sensors today n see what I find for starters.
Is it worth changing out knock sensor anyways?
Just thought I'd ask the question before I start spending $$ on parts.
Any info would be appreciated
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Unless you've checked and confirmed the P0328 ECM code, I wouldn't buy any parts. Any airbag code should show up in the BCM computer, not the ECM. If you're trying to read these codes manually, or with a cheap code reader, you're probably confusing yourself. Pay the diagnostic fee at your local Nissan dealer to have them use a CONSULT III and figure it out if there's no other options.
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Have you taken the seat out? I had the flashing air bag light on a Z I just purchased, I figured it was a bad airbag, for the heck of it I searched it and found if you remove the seats you need to reset the air bag light, which you do with the key in the ignition, like you are programming a remote. Definitely worth a search, after I performed the reset the light went out and stayed out. I donít remember the sequence but it took 20 seconds. Hopefully this helps you out.
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