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Here is my synopsis: My 2013 Chrysler 200 had the airbag warning light come on, my Chevy dealership was kind enough to run the scan at no charge to provide to me the error code for the Chrysler dealership. It said 'B1C14 driver active head rest cont open circuit.' I checked on the Mopar website for recalls. my VIN# showed no recalls but cars.com showed several for 2013 Chrysler 200. (I understand my VIN might not be in the recall series.) Here is the urL: https://www.cars.com/recalls/chrysler-200-2013/

Yesterday, I then emailed Mopar to verify if I did indeed have a recall and am waiting for a reply. Once I find out everything I can, I will schedule my Chrysler dealership appointment, hopefully with payment covered by the airbag recall listed above.

Also, here is the url showing a similar type of issue in which a Chrysler 200 owner commented that this solved their problem: 2013 Dodge Avenger Airbag Light Head Restraint ****FIX**** codes B1C14 B1B8F REPAIRED*** - YouTube

So....my question is if anyone has had this issue and knows the best way to resolve this error code?

I will follow up on this post when I hear back from Mopar and/or get this solved.

Thanks!
 

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Had the airbag light come on my 2013 200 v6 around 50k miles, I brought it to the dealership and they said it was a "loose connection in the headrest". I assume now by watching the video that it was the problem? Looks like an easy fix, wish I would have known and saved myself $90 for diagnostics..
 

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Just a quick follow up. I did get a quick response from Mopar and they checked my VIN#, finding no outstanding recalls. I did reply and ask, since I was not the original owner, to see if there is a recall history. Still waiting for a reply on that request.

I think I will try and find the information to re-connect the supposed wire in the driver's seat. From looking at the above video, it may be a simple fix, I hope. Thanks for the replies.
 

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Just a quick follow up. I did get a quick response from Mopar and they checked my VIN#, finding no outstanding recalls. I did reply and ask, since I was not the original owner, to see if there is a recall history. Still waiting for a reply on that request.

I think I will try and find the information to re-connect the supposed wire in the driver's seat. From looking at the above video, it may be a simple fix, I hope. Thanks for the replies.
Hey chrysler200furum,

I can let you know the recall history if you send a PM to the page with your VIN (unless you already have the answer!)

Kori
Chrysler Social Care Specialist
 
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