The engine air filter is in the engine compartment , on the passenger side front corner , inside the plastic housing
You cannot and should not disable the air bag.
The passenger air bag is disabled by a weight sensor in the passenger seat. If the weight of the occupant is under a predetermined weight or is unoccupied the passenger air bag is automatically disabled.
The cabin air filter on a Mercury Mountaineer is located on the passenger side of the vehicle. The unit is behind the glove box and can be replaced by removing the glove box.
If you live in the USA, you have to get a form from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and have a doctor fill it out proving medical reasoning for airbag disabling.
I'm not sure why you would want to disable this.. There is an on and off switch in the trunk on the passenger side. In the off position the air compressor will not operate.
Is it the fan behind the radiator, or the fan that blows air into the cabin?
Some vehicles have a switch to disable the passenger air-bag. Others have a system that can detect a suitable (transponder equipped) child-seat in the passenger seat, and deactivate the air-bag while the seat is fitted. Unless the vehicle has such a switch, or is equipped with such a system, it is not normally possible to disable the passenger air bag without also disabling all the air bags and seat-belt pre-tensioners. For this reason it is recommended that child seats be fitted in the rear, or that those with medical reasons that make an air bag "undesirable" are seated in the rear.
In the front of the engine compartment , on the passenger side , inside the engine air filter housing
THE REFRIDGERANT USED IN A 98 MOUNTAINEER IS 134A. THAT INFO IS ON A STICKER UNDER THE HOOD THAT TELLS TYPE AND CHARGING CAPACITY.
The 1998 Honda air conditioning air filter is located on the firewall in the engine compartment. The air conditioning air filter will be on the passenger side of the firewall.
Disconnect the negative battery terminal and remove the fuses pertaining to the air-bag(s)
The Mercury Mountaineer has hydraulic brakes, not air brakes.
The rubber valve stems are on the wheels , they allow you to put air in the tires
The impact sets off the air bag. Some cars can disable the air bag, some cars will detect when a passenger it sitting on the seat and what they weigh disabling if the weight requirement is not met.
Unless it has a on/off switch for the air bag, you legally cannot disable it, without acquiring permission from the NHTSA. Put the kids in the back seat.
THE AIR BAG MODULE IS LOCATED UNDER THE PASSENGER FRONT SEAT.
The air filter is in the black box, under the hood, passenger side.
If you think that I am going to tell you how to disable a passenger air bag for free and face a hefty fine, you are crazy. First see a doctor and get him to fill out the medical forms. He will then send them to the Department of Motor vehicles to get permission. Their doctors will decide and send you a reply. Take that to a mechanic in that line of work who will fill out his forms and do it legally.
Under the dash on the passenger side to the right of the glove box is a air suspension and fuel cut of switch. It will say which button each is for.
1998 Navigator air suspension switch is located in the right front passenger compartment. Its by the right front passenger's right foot under the dash. You may have to stick your head up in there to see it, but it is marked.
No, the Ram didn't get a pass air bag until 1998.
remove glove box lid an unplug yellow wire on air bag
( No ) a 1996 Ford Bronco does not have a passenger side air bag supplemental restraint system ( SRS )
Yes, one passenger side airbag is mounted in the dash and one driver airbag mounted in the steering wheel.