2005 1.4L Chevrolet Lacetti, 227 K km (142 K miles), was going fine but airbag light came on, I think the clockspring wires are gone as the wheel audio switches stopped working at same time. Various diagnostic scanners don't pick up the airbag module so I possibly can't reset the fault if I get the clockspring fixed. Only other defect is a minor crack in the exhaust manifold that has gone past several NCT with some exhaust paste. I'm undecided about whether to spend money on a probably hard to fix electrical fault or call it a day and get something younger. Any thoughts?
While you might be right about the airbag issue, we'd suggest that it shouldn't be driven any further until that is resolved. And, if it's likely to be expensive and/or difficult it could well be time to move on. Only you can make that decision.
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