Question about 2000 Lincoln LS
You have an airbag system fault. Either you have a failure of the airbag controller, or one of the bags, or you have an airbag system connector that is not plugged in fully, or which was strained enough to open up momentarily. Any of those will trip the light. Take the car to a shop, have them scan the airbag-related codes, and they can tell you which bag is giving you trouble. From there, you can fix the problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
THE LIGHT IS INDICATING THAT THE AIR BAG SYSTEM HAS A MALFUNCTION AND WILL NOT DEPLOY IF NEEDED YOU MUST HAVE IT SCANNED FOR THE ERROR CODE AND REPAIR ODDS ARE THAT IT HAS AN OPEN SIR COIL IN THE STEERING COLUMN
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
The air bag computer will have to be scanned and the code read to know what the fault the computer detects. The problem will have to be repaired for the light to shut off. Keep in mind, when the air bag light is illuminated the air bag system is deactivated. Meaning, in the event of a collision the bags won't deploy.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
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