When I bought the car the stock air bag steering wheel was removed and replaced with a non air bag after market steering wheel. As many people will know when you do this the air bag light comes on because of a break in the circuit. Simply connecting both ends together will not switch the light off, this will cause a short circuit.
Today I worked out which resistor to use and found the right one in my tool box. With the help on my trusty Snap on Modis diagnostic scanner I made the job too easy to erase the code and clear the light after the install of the resistor. The usual trick is to tap TC & AB to a ground until the light goes off
Resistor 5.1 Ohms 1% 50ppm (Blue body 6 band green brown black silver brown red)
Temporarily installed (didn't want to solder it in in case it didn't switch the light off).
After entering the relevant info I proceeded to connect to the air bag system.
Connection of the TOY-1 (Toyota plug) next to the intake manifold.
Before I cleared the code I double checked what it was. Driver squib circuit open.
Time to clear the code.
After the code had cleared I started the car to check it was defiantly out, which it was. I then switch the car off and went back into the system to check for any codes. No codes present
The car running without the air bag light keeping me company
I installed a new steering wheel to replace the cheap one that was on the car when I bought it.