I had the same problem in my truck. It is the connection at the driver side seat belt. It still happens the odd time in my truck if I adjust my seat all the way forward and then back. It is just a bad connection at the wiring harness that hooks up to the seatbelt. Beleive it or not, I was told the air bag deployment is based on the seatbelt, so that is why that harness is related to your problem Or at least in my case anyway. I have a 200 Ranger. The airbag light, on the dash, was on when I bought it, used. I was able to find the answer on the Ranger forum. Here it is. If the light is out for the switch to disable the right aribag (under the center of the dash) it causes the complete airbag system to not work. I went to radio shack and bought a bulb and soldered it in place of the other bulb and everything works fine. The Radio Shack number is 272-1099 . They come in a pack of three, red, green, and white. I used the white one. Think the cost was $1.50 or there about. If you take it in to a garage it may cost you $150 or more. They will change the whole assembly.
You would have to take it to a Ford dealership so they could diagnose why the airbag light is on. It is not something that you would want to do yourself.
The airbag light stays on when the computer detects a malfunction and sets a code.
If the cause of the code was fixed the light would have gone off on its own.
The computer has detected a fault in the airbag circuit.
The airbag light would have nothing to do with emissions. If they are doing a safety inspection, it would fail.
The light come on when the system detects a problem and sets a trouble code. You should have it diagnosed by a trained technician. The airbag system is not for do it yourselfers. The light is on because there is a problem with the air bag system.
an airbag warning lite (srs)can be cuased either from a censor or a major problem
A malfunction has been detected - get it checked out
Many things could cause this. Loss of air pressure, air pump not working, etc.
There is not much chance that your airbag would malfunction and just deploy, but if the airbag light is on there is a 100% chance that it will not operate properly in the event of an accident. You need to have the car inspected at a dealer or certified repair shop if the airbag light is on and remains on.
You have a malfunction in the air bag system. The air bag system is inoperable when light is on. Take it to a qualified mechanic for repair.
The airbag light stays on when the airbag computer detects a malfunction and sets a code. You need to have the system checked for codes to know possible causes.
Any electronic failure in the restraint system.
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.
A problem with the system and depending on what type of problem depends on wether or not they wiil function properly
There are pages of codes for the airbag system. You need to have it checked for codes by a qualified mechanic as airbag systems are not a do it yourself system.
if your airbag light is on it tells that something is wrong with the module, sensors, or clock spring..in order to find out what is the problem you would have to pay for the diagnostic, usually they charge about 70$. After they replaced they have to reset the airbag light. I would've buy one of those airbag reset tools online for about 50-100$ and do it myself saving hundreds.
Could be as simple as a blown fuse. Alot of crawler guys pull the fuse when playing and the light comes on.
You would really need to have your Ranger scanned for any trouble codes to diagnose and then repair the malfunction with your emission control system . There are just too many possibilities
Reset the light. Turn everything off. Turn the key on and off when the light just goes off. Keep doing this several times, the light will reset
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-
There is a "clockspring" in the steering column that is probably broken. When the clockspring breaks, the airbag light comes on. The "clockspring" takes the place of the old slip rings and spring loaded contacts used in older cars and is used to transfer circuits from the steering wheel to the stationary column making the airbag, horn and speed control operational. To replace involves removing the airbag. Take it to the dealer.
The airbag light is on because there is a problem with your airbag system. There isn't any way to "reset" an airbag light without first properly repairing the system. Once that is done, you would need a scan tool that is capable of communicating with the computer in your car, telling it the repair has been made. Only then will the light be turned off.
The airbag computer has detected a malfunction. You need to have the system checked for codes to know possible causes.