Airbag, no, horn, it is possible.
If there is not a specific keyed switch to do this installed in your vehicle YOU SHOULD NOT TAMPER WITH YOUR AIRBAG! If you are removing the airbag assembly you should ensure that the battery is disconnected and there is no power of any kind running to the electrical system of the vehicle. The consequences of jerking around with an airbag could be fatal. TAKE THE CAR TO THE DEALER!
You could just unhook your negative battery cable.
You will need to take your vehicle to the dealership to reset the airbag light on an Ibiza. However, you could try to disconnect the battery, sometimes that will reset it.
Your car battery could be running low so what you could do is get jumpleeds and get an other and jumpwire it
If the alternator is installed incorrectly, yes, it can drain the battery.
One could be to pack and leave or if it happens automatically you could just start running away from it with your family.
If its an old battery the cells could be dried up, meaning there is not enough battery acid in it, or if you leave your lights on, or a bad alternator could be causing the battery to not charge while the car is running.
could be the regulator
It could be because its running out of battery
You could always unplug it but the airbag light would stay on. To fix that you could remove the bulb from your cluster. WARNING: while doing any tampering with airbag circuits etc. make sure to disconnect your car battery. Failure to do so could cause inflation of the airbag which would damage your dash. -Dalisword-
No. The power to illuminate the Daytime Running Lights (DRL's) is supplied by the alternator, and does not have to be supplied by the battery. Once a vehicle is started and the engine is running you could remove the battery from the car entirely and everything requiring current would still operate.
Possibly a bad alternator. The Alternator charges the battery when the vehicle is running. If the battery is not being charged this could cause the vehicle not to start.
No, this will place a very heavy load on the alternator of the car and may result in burning out the diodes of the car charging the battery. You could easily ruin the alternator. Purchase a battery charger and charge the dead battery with that. Alternators are not made to charge dead batteries.
There are basically three ways this could be done: 1. it could be running off battery. 2. it could be running off mains power (assuming the RV is connected to a power drop). 3. it could be a combination of battery power and an alternative power source such as gas.
You can't disable the airbag on the driver side. You could remove the airbag.
If your 1997 Mercury Tracer has a battery light that blinks on and off while the car is running, it most likely means that the battery is not charging. This could be an issue with your alternator.
If the battery meter in the car is running low, you probably have a bad alternator or a shorted cell in the battery. There are other possibilities, but these are the most likely. The regulator fuse could be blown, but that usually means a bad alternator.
In the 1988 Nissan the alternator, instrument panel, and backup lights shared a fuse. Before changing a fuse see if the backup lights work (have someone watch when you are in reverse). If the neutral start/backup light switch is broken internally, it can be blowing the fuse when you put the car in reverse.
Could be a bad battery Check the chatging system with a voltmeter--a fully charged battery should read approx. 12.8 volts without engine running With engine running reading should be approx. 13.8-14.2 volts
plates in the battery are arcing together. causing battery to short out and get hot. could explode. or you have a dead short in system. both will cause battery to get very hot.
if you do not see or feel anything that could be an airbag.
Age of battery Battery will not hold a charge (check with a volt meter) A fully charged battery should read approx. 12.8 volts (without engine running) If charging system is working properly reading should increase to approx. 13.8-14.2 with engine running. If voltage does not increase with engine running could be a problem with charging system of battery is defective and will not take or hold a charge
Directly, no, but it's possible that the same root cause (something wrong with the electrical system) could make both warning lights come on.
Remove the Negative (black) battery terminal while the vehicle is running and if the vehicle dies then it's the alternator, if it stays running then it's the battery. Although this method isn't guaranteed it's usually accurate. DO NOT REMOVE THE POSITIVE terminal (red) from the battery while it's running. It could cause a spark and make the battery explode. Another way is to drive to Autozone or Advanced Auto and ask them to test it. They'll do it for free.