Question about 2002 Ford Explorer
2002 Explorer Airbag code 34: Clock spring? The cruise works intermittently, the horn works all of the time. The wiring for the drivers seat o.k.(removed and inspected pins and seats) 4x4 low does not engage and light flashes.
Try disconnecting the battery for a minute or two to try to reset the computer and get rid of the check engine etc., lights.
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
I cant remeber the airbag light code but i was having the same problem with my husbands truck. I found out it was a cord under the drivers seat that had become slightly loose. It has to do with the seat belt or something. I just pushed it back in and the light went off. I read that in the 2002 explorers that the cord they used when manufacturing it was too short so if you happen to push the seat back to far it could come loose again home this helped .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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