I have been trying to help Joel with this issue, I will try my best to clarify where we believe things stand as of now.
Steps already taken and other things to consider -
1. Airbag diagnostic computer and backup battery pack were recently sent out for repairs including the repair of the deployment safety fuse, before this step was done the airbag system was producing Code 10.
2. No wiring short was found at this stage.
3. After servicing the airbag diagnostic computer and battery back up the fault code 10 switched to a fault code 6.
4. The system now seem to function normally with the ignition on, but only before starting the engine. In other words the systems proves with the key on, engine off, but once you start the engine the code 6 returns.
5. Based on step 4 results we believe that the currently installed clock spring is working as expected, yet we still are getting the code 6, which as we understand indicate either high or open resistance in the airbag circuit.
Below is the best diagram we have found, my question is what voltage and resistance reading should we be seeing at the C202 connector?
Thanks in advance,
Here is a second diagram, this one seems to be less accurate
Here is the entire troubleshooting article
Mustang 90-91 Air Bag Diagnostic Codes