Usually an airbag light blinks to signal a problem. The number of blinks tells the driver the code number, which informs the driver of the problem.
You have a serious problem. Have your car looked at before you drive it.
The light is on because there is problem with the SRS. This is not a DIY repair. Serious injury can occur while servicing this system. You may also cause the airbag to prematurely deploy or not deploy at all. These air bag modules are very expensive and if it goes off, you have cost yourself big $. Take it to a professional for repair and don't even consider working on it yourself. Record the number of blinks before taking in for service. ex. three blinks followed by a pause, then two blinks would be a code 32. If there is a problem with your airbag system the light will go on, stay on, and even blink. The dash will even make a beeping sound. Record the blinks.
There is a problem with the SRS. Take it to a professional for repair. Working on the SRS is not a DIY job. Serious injury can occur when dealing with this system.
Your air bag light is flashing a code at you that means something is wrong with your air bag system
It's most likely a broken clock spring. Does your horn work? If it doesn't, it's most definitely the clock spring. It's behind the airbag. From what I've been told, the airbag won't deploy, even in an accident.
It is important to know why a Check engine light blinks. In many cars, when it blinks so many times, it is indicating a code, which is indicating the problem number for the specific car.
Take it to a trusted transmission expert ASAP. You have a serious transmission problem. Continuing to drive the car may do irreparable damage.
Hello,I am living in Europe the Netherlands and my wife drives a '94 e150 hightop conversion van. We had a similar airbag lamp problem. we also had (not always) a problem with engaging the cruise control on the steering wheel. After a year the horn did not work.For us this was the signal that the spring coil in the steering wheel was not working. The spring coiul is a need design that connects the electrical things on the steering wheel (horn, airb, cruise) to the fixed steering colomn/chassis.A springcoil costs about USD 90,=Regards,Jan Valk
Have vehicle scanned to determine problem
Answeri got the same problem.. with a 2000 expedition... darn theft light blinks real fast and the car wont start. help!
it has long and short blinks. your blinks are not clear for me. if 8 long 6 short is 86, for coolant temperature is not right after the car started for few min. That is my car's problem.
Usually when the D4 light flashes it means there is a tranny problem.
The computer does tests as you drive the car. It has found a problem in a component and is telling you about it. You will have to check for sure but it sounds like code 23 possible Air flow metering problem.
Your vehicle may have a problem with its brakes.
One of the bulbs is burnt out.
change the bulb out for the brake light and that fixes the problem.
Your traction control is probably off. There is probably a button for it. It blinks to warn you that you have the traction control option off. It may also mean there is a problem with the system.
Susan Blinks was born in 1957.
Just replace the front bulb, it's no good. That's why the rear one blinks so fast. I'll bet it blinks fast on the dash board too, doesn't it?
That is indicating that there is a problem with your air bag - take it to a professional
have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
This issue was addressed in 1993 by Ford when they recalled all 97 Ford Escorts. However, as an owner, my light still blinks after I brought it into a Ford dealership back in 93. This questions still needs an answer. I don't think Ford fixed the problem(s).
Under the seats are sensors that detect if a person (or anything over 10 pounds or something like that) is sitting there. If the contacts in the sensor are dirty, it will act all wierd. Having the contacts cleaned at a dealer will cost about a hundred bucks or so...ridiculous. For me, the problem just kinda went away, so i got lucky.