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Could be the clock spring or the airbag it self. I'm leaning more toward the airbag. If you take it to the stealership, they can put an airbag simulator in place of your driver's side airbag and see if that solves the problem.
You could unplug the air bag and then you would have hi resistance so your code should change, that is if the problem is in the bag.I wasn't aware you could count flashes on the air bag system. I use a AutoDiag scanner by DiagTek but they don't sell them anymore, but I have seen them on EBay
LFC or light flashing code 34 ( DTC B2292 ) is passenger seat pretensioner fault which may be caused by intermittent connection at either seat buckle.
They have kits depending on build date and interior colour.
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