Hi guys I'm back to report situation and sought advise. So, I went and removed the Airbag Module then Came to find out that I had replaced it, because It has "00 Concorde" written on it and then I remembered that When I bought the car the guy handed it to Me and I Swapped it out when I was changing the dash. But I still can't figure out why the Airbag light/code is still present.
Another interesting thing is, I was sourcing for another Module to buy from a 2000 Intrepid, I noticed that thier S/N's ended in "AD" and the sellers stressed that matching the Replacement the modules S/N's have to match and that It's not matched by Year, Rather by Serial Numbers... Now, the Module in the car now Ends with "AE" and I Would've loved to See what the Last 2 Letters in the Original Module says, But I don't have it, I think I must've threw it away cos it was no good. I don't know if that difference in Lettering has anything to do with
My point is, since its pointing towards the drivers Side Squib circuit, the Module couldn't be bad, If it was, I would expect that It would report problem in both the Driver and Passenger side Airbags that its controlling..??
So that led Me to think now that the Driver side Whole airbag "Might" be bad..... My next step(Idea) is to Swap My 300M Driver side Airbag into the Intrepid to see if the Code will go Away, If it does That would mean the Current Trep driver airbag is Bad..... But My question is, Will the 300M Airbag "work" in the Intrepid without extra effort?? Note that I said "Work" not Fit, I Know it will Fit, (Same Steering Wheel) But My concern is if there is anything Electrically different b/w the 300M Airbag and the Trep Airbag?? So I don't set it Off in My Face...
The outcome will let Me know if the Module is the Problem and whether to still go ahead and change the Module with the One ending in AD?