you need someone with a scan tool to pull the codes for the airbag system. It's the same type of scanner they use to pull ABS codes. You can't use a regular OBD2 scanner to get these codes. Easiest way would be to find a shop that has a scanner and get the code if they wont charge you much to pull it for you.
does your horn work? I broke the clock spring in my steering wheel when I removed the engine and disconnected the steering shaft. the horn didn't work and air-bag light was on turned out to be a broken clock spring in the wheel had to solder it
Horn works fine. I had my alternator rebuilt and they put in the wrong regulator. Long story short I blew out the light bulb for my battery light and my airbag light came on too. I fixed the bulb and got the right regulator but my airbag light is still on. I think I had an overcurrent situation which blew the battery ligh so I am hoping something else didn't get blown out.