How do you replace the passenger side airbag on a 2001 Chrysler Sebring Coupe LXI model?
Remove the glove compartment with just a few screws its pretty simple. Once you do that you will see the passenger airbag because its pretty big. You will look up into the glove compartment and find four screws. Take them out unplug two wires and your done. Just make sure the battery cable is unpluged before you begin. Its a simple job I did it myself and it only took 45 minutes to take out and replace. I just cant find the airbag module, if you know how email me at email@example.com
The passenger seat has a weight sensor which automatically turns the airbag 'on' at a certain weight. If there isn't enough weight in the seat, the system determines that there is no passenger in the seat and leaves the airbag OFF. The weight sensor can also cause the passenger airbag to deploy with less force if it determines the passenger is small and might be injured by a full-force deployment.
You shouldn't remove the airbag and subsequently drive without a passenger side airbag. The only purpose to remove the air bag in that case is to kill the passenger. The alteration or removal of an airbag resulting in death is an act that will face criminal prosecution. My 2001 Dodge 3500 passenger side airbag can be disarmed with the key on the dash. No need to remove it.
No. The Magnum has a sensor in the passenger seat that detects if there is sufficient weight to turn the airbag on. With the vehicle running, sit in the driver's seat reach over and push down on the passenger seat. You will notice the "Passenger Airbag OFF" light right above the stereo going off and on.
If the key is stuck in the ignition of a 2004 Chrysler Sebring and the airbag light is on how do you fix it?
Be sure the ignition switch is in the "off" position. Move the steering wheel right & left while removing the key - sometimes the steering wheel lock mechanism engages and needs to be manipulated to allow ignition switch into "off" position. Airbag light is a mystery, our Sebring does this also. I have heard that one cause is a faulty airbag fuse - maybe try replacing it. For future reference, if your brake light comes…