There is a connection behind the dash/instrument panel that is loose or corroded. If you pull the dash off and the instrument panel out the wire connecting will unplug easily. Use some contact clean on it and snap it all back together. Whole thing takes maybe 20-30 minutes.
Mine has done the same for the last three or four years. Never had the radio kick out but mine is an aftermarket I installed myself. The fix I use is to press the trip odometer reset button. Sometimes it takes a few tries but it gets everything back into place eventually.Another AnswerYeah, mine's been doing that for years too. Lately it's gotten worse, and now the radio kicks out too. I'll hit the dashboard Fonzie-style and it comes on, or what the other guy said about the turn signal. However I wonder if it is just a switch or whether it is going to ground somehow? My battery is draining anymore and even on a newly charged battery I can't start it. I might have a different problem but I can't help but think they're not related. Glad to know others are having the same problem!!
I feel you guy's pain, I have a 98 Cherokee sport as well and mine started doing it just yesterday and when I noticed it, the first thing that came to mind was unbuckling the seat belt and buckling it back and they all started working again! But I will definitely try the right turn signal thing, as well as the Fonsie quality tap, lol! But don't you guys find it strange that in all of our cases that the only thing on the panel that works is the airbag light?! It has to be a defect!!AnswerYou're not the only one--mines been doing it for years! Now it comes back on when I turn my right turn signals on. The dealer tells me its a faulty switch (or loose connection to it) located just behind the dashboard. Because of the difficulty in accessing this spot, I haven't had anything done about it.
The real deal from the dealer is: "PIGTAIL" as it's called it links your computer to your instrument dashboard cluster panel. It's a $35.00 part that costs $1200.00 to put in on account of disassembling the entire dash.
Problem with the SRS. Seek professional help. Not a DIY repair.
It is controlled by the airbag computer and the instrument cluster.It is controlled by the airbag computer and the instrument cluster.
The airbag impact sensor on 1995 and 1996 model Cherokees is located within the airbag module.
No light on 95-96 cherokee. Thay are a self-contained unit.
The airbag fuse in a 2003 Grand Prix is located in the Instrument Panel Fuse Block. The fuse that controls the airbag is labeled SIR.
It has a drivers side airbag only.
The airbag computer has detected a malfunction and set a code. You need to bring it to a qualified repair shop.
I have a 2001 Cherokee sport and all the gaunges will drop to 0 while im on the highway as well.. the only light that is on is the "Airbag light"
The airbag light comes on at start up for a bulb check. It stays on when the computer detects a malfunction and sets a code.
There is no airbag module because all 1995 jeep Cherokees use a one piece mechanical air bag
The light will not turn off until the failure is repaired. The airbag computer has detected a malfunction and set a code.
You need to take it in for service, the airbag computer has detected a malfunction and set a code.
Intermittent failure of the swicth. Switch is part of the pad covering the airbag.
The only way to switch off the airbag light is to remove the airbag light or remove the airbag light fuse. The airbag light fuse will disable several other instrument panel warning lights.
You have it checked for codes, and have the cause of the code repaired.
10 inches/ 25cm
The airbag light stays on when the computer has detected a malfunction and set a code. The light can not be reset until the failure is repaired.
The driver's side airbag module is in the center of the steering wheel If it has a front pasenger airbag the module is in the right side of the instrument panel.
I suspect multiple problems. The blank or intermittent odometer problem is a common problem in the 2002 Ford Explorer. The ABS and airbag lights are most likely a different problem than the odometer problem. For complete information on the intermittent odometer problem, see http://www.odometer-repair.com .
It is the airbag light. If the light stays solid, it means your airbag needs service. If it flashes, it's just self testing.
pull the fuse
Under centre console, next to park brake lever
You can't legally without approval from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.