I’m not sure that I’m grasping the ultimate goal here, but if it’s to get rid of the air bag light with that PCM, Dan and I together solved that for him a few years ago.
I suggested that connecting in just the right resistance value to mimic the presence of the air bag squib might do the trick, and that rather than buy a bunch of possibly expensive high wattage, low value resistors to experiment with, a particular incandescent bulb model might be in the needed range of resistance to satisfy the PCM (in the electronics world, incandescent bulbs are frequently used as a cheap alternative to large, expensive, low resistance-value resistors). Dan experimented and found a particular bulb part number that did the trick. I don’t recall which mfr. and number bulb it was (IIRC, it was a fairly common turn signal bulb number) but if that would help you, Dan might remember.
I think we did that by PM, so that batch of PMs was deleted long ago.
The required range of resistance may be fairly wide, so it may be that just about any automotive turn signal bulb element might work with a minimum of trial and error/expense.
'98 LXi - Later Concorde gages (black w/ chrome rings)/'99 LX - LHS gages (white) - HIR bulbs
Last edited by peva; 06-04-2019 at 02:45 AM.