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this is hard to say without knowing what type of car, i will assume its a lincoln, the most common problem is with the air bags, if this has been a problem for a while in which the car would lift up after starting due to a leaking bag then i would say that you will need a new compressor also. what happens is the compressor runs until it gets hot and goes bad, sometimes the fuse will blow before the compressor goes bad, you would need to check fuse in the engine compartment.
Ignition Voltage Below 9 Volts
RCM Disconnected, Inoperative, or Lost/Low Ignition Feed
RCM is Faulted
RCM Crash Data Memory Full
RCM Bracket Ground Resistance High
Incorrect Vehicle Identification Code
Driver Air Bag Circuit Shorted to Ground
Driver Air Bag Circuit Shorted to Battery or Ignition
Passenger Air Bag Circuit Shorted to Ground
Passenger Air Bag Circuit Shorted to Battery or Ignition
Driver Air Bag Circuit Resistance High
Passenger Air Bag Circuit Resistance High
Driver Air Bag Circuit Resistance Low
Passenger Air Bag Circuit Resistance Low
Front External Crash Sensor Shorted to Ground
Front External Crash Sensor Open Circuit or Short to Battery
Driver Side Crash Sensor Internal Fault
Passenger Side Crash Sensor Internal Fault
Driver Side Crash Sensor Mounting Fault
Passenger Side Crash Sensor Mounting Fault
Driver Side Crash Sensor Communication Fault
Passenger Side Crash Sensor Communication Fault
Driver Side Air Bag Circuit Shorted to Ground
Driver Side Air Bag Circuit Shorted to Battery or Ignition
Driver Side Air Bag Circuit Resistance High
Driver Side Air Bag Circuit Resistance Low
Passenger Side Air Bag Circuit Shorted to Ground
Passenger Side Air Bag Circuit Shorted to Battery or Ignition
Passenger Side Air Bag Circuit Resistance High
Passenger Side Air Bag Circuit Resistance Low
Air Bag Tone Warning Indicator Circuit Shorted to Ground or Open
Air Bag Tone Warning Indicator Circuit Shorted to Battery or Ignition
Air Bag Indicator Inoperative
Air Bag Indicator Shorted to Battery
No Communication With the Restraints Control Module (RCM)
a DTC: Diagnostic trouble code b LFC: Lamp fault code, flashed on air bag indicator.
Remove the console glove compartment. Disconnect the power point electrical connector. If equipped, disconnect the cellular phone antenna cable and coaxial cable from the console glove compartment. If equipped, disconnect the cellular phone antenna cable and coaxial cable.
If equipped, remove the compact disc changer. Remove the screws. Disconnect the electrical connector. Remove the digital audio compact disc player.
Place the gearshift lever in the 1 position.
Remove the console top panel. Disconnect the cigar lighter electrical connector.
Remove the floor console to floor bracket screws.
Remove the floor console to gearshift bracket screws.
Remove the floor console. Slide the floor console rearward. Remove the floor console. Disconnect the three electrical connectors.
CAUTION Electronic modules are sensitive to static electrical charges. If exposed to these charges, damage may result.
Remove the passenger side air bag module.
WARNING Always wear safety glasses when repairing an air bag supplemental restraint system (SRS) vehicle and when handling an air bag module. This will reduce the risk of injury in the event of an accidental deployment.
WARNING Carry a live air bag module with the air bag and deployment door pointed away from your body. This will reduce the risk of injury in the event of an accidental deployment.
WARNING Do not set a live air bag module down with the deployment door face down. This will reduce the risk of injury in the event of an accidental deployment.
Disconnect the battery ground cable and wait at least one minute.
Push in on the two glove compartment door tabs and position downward.
Disconnect the passenger air bag module electrical connector. Remove the passenger air bag module retaining bolts.
Remove the passenger air bag module. Note: When the battery is disconnected and reconnected, some abnormal drive symptoms may occur while the vehicle relearns its adaptive strategy. The vehicle may need to be driven 16 km (10 mi) or more to relearn the strategy.
If equipped, remove the rear seat climate control air duct sleeve.
Remove the steering column.
CAUTION Do not remove the steering column, steering wheel and air bag module as an assembly from the vehicle. Unless the steering column is locked to prevent rotation; or the lower end of the steering shaft is wired to prevent the steering wheel from being rotated, damage to the air bag sliding contact will occur.
NOTE: All steering column components are assembled with specific fasteners. They are designed with a thread locking system to prevent loosening due to vibrations associated with normal vehicle operation. Make sure vehicle front wheels are in the straight-ahead position
Remove the ignition switch lock
Remove the steering wheel.
Remove the air bag sliding contact.
Remove the tilt wheel handle and shank by unscrewing it from the steering column.
Remove the four upper and lower steering column shroud retaining screws. Remove the upper steering column shroud and lower steering column shroud.
Remove the lower instrument panel trim cover.
Unsnap the steering column lower trim panel.
Remove the release lever hood retaining screws.
Remove the brake release retaining screws.
Remove the instrument panel steering column opening cover reinforcement
Remove the instrument panel reinforcement brace.
Disconnect the shift cable and bracket from the steering column by removing two screws.
Disconnect the transmission shift cable loop from the shift tube hook (column shift).
Remove the two multi-function switch retaining screws and set the multi-function switch aside.
Remove the retaining screw and remove the wiring connector from the ignition switch.
Remove two front steering column nuts and the steering column impact absorber
Remove the pinch bolt from the steering column lower yoke.
While supporting the column assembly, remove two rear column assembly retaining nuts.
Disconnect the shift cable and bracket from the selector lever pivot. Disconnect the shift cable from the steering column shift tube lever. Disconnect the shift cable from the steering column bracket.
Remove the shift cable and bracket from the lower column mounting.
Remove two shift lock actuator-retaining screws and remove the shift lock actuator (console shift only).
Remove the steering column from the vehicle.
Release the cable from the parking brake actuator.
Release the cable conduit from the parking brake actuator.
To disconnect the driver's side outboard bulkhead electrical connector. Loosen the bolt. Disconnect the driver's side bulkhead electrical connector.
To disconnect the driver's side inboard bulkhead electrical connector. Loosen the bolt. Disconnect the driver's side bulkhead electrical connector.
If equipped, disconnect the heated seat switch electrical connectors.
Remove the steering column mounting support to instrument cowl brace bolts.
Remove the instrument panel dash brace to instrument panel bolt.
Loosen the nut that secures the instrument panel dash brace. Position the instrument panel dash brace aside.
Remove the pin-type retainers. Remove the passenger side instrument panel insulator. Remove the courtesy lamp.
Disconnect the vacuum harness connector.
Disconnect the in-line electrical harness connector.
I was unable to locate code 31 in my book here is a copy of the codes. looks like you just need a fuse for #51. this may fix 31 as well.
Diagnostic Trouble Code Table 1994
AIR BAG DIAGNOSTIC MONITOR DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE PRIORITY TABLE Priority Code Component/Fault Description Highest - No Air Bag Indicator - Inoperative Lamp Circuit or No Ignition Voltage to Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor
Continuous Air Bag Indicator - Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor Disconnected or Inoperative 12 Low Battery Voltage 13 Air Bag Circuit Shorted to Ground 14 Primary Crash Sensor Circuit Shorted to Ground 21 Safing Sensor Not Mounted to Vehicle Properly 22 Safing Sensor Output Shorted to Battery Voltage 23 Safing Sensor Circuit Input Feed/Return Circuit Open 24 Safing Sensor Output Feed/Return Circuit Open 32 Driver Side Air Bag Module High Resistance or Open 33 Passenger Side Air Bag Module High Resistance or Open 34 Driver Side Air Bag Module Circuit Low Resistance or Shorted 35 Passenger Side Air Bag Module Low Resistance or Shorted 42 Center Radiator Primary Crash Sensor Feed/Return Open 44 Center Cowl Primary Crash Sensor Not Mounted to Vehicle Properly 45 Center Radiator Primary Crash Sensor Not Mounted to Vehicle Properly 51 Diagnostic Monitor Internal Thermal Fuse - Fuse Blown Due to Intermittent Short to Ground 52 Backup Power Supply - Voltage Boost Fault 53 Primary Crash Sensor Circuits - Resistance to Ground or Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor Failure
Lowest - Rapid Continuous Flashing of Air Bag Indicator (No DTC) All Primary
yes disconnect small plastic air line on compressor under wiper bottle turn key on to open air solenoids put compressor air nozzle into line should inflate rear bags for awhile until they leak off good luck
Sounds like it needs more air in bags. Add air and squirt really soapy water over bags and attached lines to find leak. May have to replace bag/bags or feed line from pump. I would think it would be a feed line if car stays up with switch off.