Hello,I am living in Europe the Netherlands and my wife drives a '94 e150 hightop conversion van. We had a similar airbag lamp problem. we also had (not always) a problem with engaging the cruise control on the steering wheel. After a year the horn did not work.For us this was the signal that the spring coil in the steering wheel was not working. The spring coiul is a need design that connects the electrical things on the steering wheel (horn, airb, cruise) to the fixed steering colomn/chassis.A springcoil costs about USD 90,=Regards,Jan Valk
This issue was addressed in 1993 by Ford when they recalled all 97 Ford Escorts. However, as an owner, my light still blinks after I brought it into a Ford dealership back in 93. This questions still needs an answer. I don't think Ford fixed the problem(s).
When the Mini cooper 2003 airbag light is permanently on, then it needs to be reset.
The airbag light can be reset by connecting an ODBII reader. However the light is on because of a problem with the airbag system. The system needs to be checked to insure that the airbag works properly.
When these light stay on its an indication that something is wrong and needs to be serviced.
The airbag light stays on when there is a malfunction in the system. The computer needs checked for codes, and the cause repaired for the light to go off.
There is not a reset on any of the airbag components. If the light is on, there is a code , and a problem that needs repaired.
The airbag light stays on when the computer detects a malfunction and sets a code. The fault needs repaired and the light will shut itself off.
It is possible the airbag sensor needs to be adjusted or that there is a computer problem. The problem needs to be diagnosed by a mechanic. If the airbag light is on, the airbags won't work in an accident, so it is important to have it fixed as soon as possible. If you're sure there isn't a problem, you can remove the airbag electronic control unit and send it in to a company that works on them to have them clear the unit. A mechanic can do this also, but will want to diagnose the problem and properly repair whatever is wrong.
If the airbag light comes on in hot weather, it usually means that the clockspring needs replacement. Only an authorized repair facility can perform this.
The airbag light stays on when there is a malfunction. The failure needs repaired before the light will go out. You need to have the system checked for codes with a scan tool.
It is the airbag light. If the light stays solid, it means your airbag needs service. If it flashes, it's just self testing.
it means it needs service check owners manual
Your a6 needs to go to the dealer for a new Audi a6 airbag. Maybe there was a recall.
There is a problem in the airbag control system. The system needs to be checked to insure proper operation in the event of a crash.
Many things can cause the air bag light on. Could be the passenger seat weight sensing system needs to be recalibrated or fixed. Best would be to teake the vehicle to the HYUNDAI dealership and check the codes and then go from there.
Then you have an emissions system problem that needs to be fixed, or repaired.
It means it needs to be serviced at the dealer. The integrity of this device is now questionable and probably will not protect you adequately in a crash where the airbag gets deployed.
It means the computer has detected a problem in the airbag system. Usually this will cause the computer to deactivate the airbag system. (Meaning the airbags will not work in an accident) The dealer can tell you what needs repaired.
i can think of only one good way to turn the check light off ... you check the engine ... and get what needs to be fixed fixed ...
Airbag code 44 on a 1998 Corolla means that the airbag needs service. If not fixed in a reasonable amount of time, the airbag might deploy prematurely while driving. The fix is to take the vehicle to a reputable mechanic as soon as possible.
Your turn signal flasher needs to be replaced. Note: there is no such thing as "blinker fluid".
What you need to do is take it to another garage that does diagnostics and ask the to read the airbag system if it comes up with airbag pre-tensioner they need to tighten it up under the seat and it should solve it if it comes up with that.
There is no real reset procedure. The problem needs to be diagnosed and repaired, when it is properly repaired the light will turn off by itself
Replacing the seatbelts involves removing several interior trim panels, unfortunately almost all of them, starting from the front. If the seatbelt will no longer retract, it is non-functioning and needs replacement. Seat belts should ALWAYS be replaced after an accident involving airbag deployment. The airbag light is telling you the dealer or a qualified mechanic needs to do some slightly dangerous work replacing the airbags and the airbag controller.
No, if you air bag light is on or showing an error in Texas your car will not pass inspection. In some cases the light comes on for no reason and just needs to be reset.