I then drove back to the inspection garage and showed them that the air bag light was out and got a pass sticker on my vehicle. Take it to a professional. Taken to dealer and complaint with Ford. I replaced the airbag module in the dash. And you may end up with an Air Bag that either does not work at all or deploys prematurely when you least expect it. That came out of no where. The 1 Ford Explorer enthusiast resource on the Internet since 1996.
If it occurs again, only after turning vehicle off and restarting a number of times will the air bag light and seat position remain in the correct positions. Carry out a thorough Inspection and Verification before proceeding with the Pinpoint Test. Located underneath both seats are plugs for the seat belt pretension circuits. By passing the connector, this allows free movement of the wire as the seat moves. What a ripoff they are! The Ford airbag fault codes are warning lights that appear when an error occurs, according to Ford Wiki. Maybe the plugs are loose.
We also cover the Ford Ranger, Explorer Sport Trac, Mercury Mountaineer, Lincoln Aviator, Mazda Navajo, Mazda Pickups, and the Aerostar. Kit One Front Seat Includes Time To Remove And Install Seat And To Perform Deactivation And Reactivation - With Canopy Air Bag 031103D Install Pretensioner Wiring 1. Lamp flash code: 34 does anyone know what the value is though or how i get it? He told me it would require a tool to check the seatbelt receptacles and only ford had that tool. If that doesn't work, the code mayalso be indicating that the airbag itself is … not getting power andrequires servicing. . Called Ford customer service only to be told they can't answer the question.
The white one is the airbag sensor connector. Cable that goes from under passenger seat is the culprit. So I have been driving around for probably 40,000 miles with faulty airbags in the car in which I am the original owner. Goes off intermittently but is on more than it is off. First time dealer did not find the problem. Push them together and see if this fixes the problem. These codes are started by a single flash of the indicator light, followed by a two-second pause.
This may be caused by intermittent pretensioner connection at either seat belt buckle. The company wanted me to pay again to fix it. I found this on another website. If you want, you can email me for more information. And oh-so sorry- but it's not covered under the warranty that you are paying for. Comes on every time seat is moved to another position.
For example, two flashes then two gives a flash code 22. The possible sources of the problem could be in the circuits or the module of the airbag on the driver side. The failure mileage was 33,000. The warnings are: 4wd off, check parking aid, see manual, service advancetrac, steering assist fault, abs light, airbag light, parking brake light is on even though parking brake is not on. At ~56,000 the Airbag warning light came on.
The previous time the airbag came on was for defective seatbelts with the airbags in passenger compartment. Your support is greatly appreciated. Refer to the following Service Information for details. Refer to the following Service Information for details. This may be caused by intermittent pretensioner connection at either seat belt buckle.
While it's a minor annoyance compared to transmission failure, ironically the crack usually goes right through the Ford logo. My repair was made back just after buying new. The failure mileage was 60,000. The Ford car has a symptoms chart that helps identify the error that has occurred, according to Ford Wiki. The vehicle was not repaired due to the repair fees.