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2002 Chrysler 300M, 3.5L airbag lamp lit.
I used my Genisys Evo to pull the codes.
I'm out of the state 'leaf peeping' with my better half (I found a desktop in the hotel). When I get back I can (starting on the 19th of October) I can post the exact code(s) as they are displayed. I think they are related to the right side passenger seat airbag.
I also have the OEM FSM's and was having an issue locating information other than the location of the airbag(s) and control module(s). Maybe there can be some help pointing me to the correct manual, chapter, and page.
Thank you.

Hi Paul,
Yes, it sounds like you are equipped to go further. Once I know the code names I can share the information about what the step-by-step procedure is to deal with it. That along with the wiring diagrams and the FSM you have will be able to correct this.
Thanks for the kind rating and the nomination.

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