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Re: 1994 dodge spirit airbag reset
Airbags should only be installed by a qualified airbag technician after deployment. I HIGHLY suggest you do not try this yourself. If the airbag deployed due to impact the sensors in the point of impact need to be replaced. If you install the SRS incorrectly you may start the car and get a face full of safety. DON'T DO THIS YOURSELF and anyone who suggests you do is not qualified to call himself a responsible technician.
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when a deployment occur . You need to change both air bag module, change SDM (supplemental deployment module)
need to change the SIR coil Inside column steering and the front discriminating sensor.
Befor installing you need to remove the SIR fuse or disconnect battery
no reset needed
Speed....point of impact.....all make a difference on when an airbag deploys it is possible to have an accident and the airbag will not deploy the sensors have to register an impact of certain size and weight to deploy .....in older cars you are probably glad they did not deploy because they often blacked eyes broke noses and caused Neck injury by the amount of force they deployed at..
it wont cause the airbag to deploy no but to have it fixed you will need to see an upholsterer, the material has shrunk due to the heat and theres no easy fix, he will be able to just remove that section and reupholster it so it wont be to costly.
The light should go out after you replace the sensor that should be in the front of the vehicle.You can check the fuse for the horn. However, some of the airbags that don't come from a dealers, don't deploy, but there is no way of knowing that until you are in an accident.
NOt an expert but my guess is no. First an airbag uses essentially a powder charge to deploy the airbag. Installation and removal is not recommended for joe shade tree mechanic,it can be dangerous. Secondly all that installation has to have a place to mount and a spot inthe dashboard through which it can deploy. Chances are it if didn't come with one an airbag would have no place to "live". If it is even possible to have it done it would probably approach 50% of the value of the typical car that age. Good luck.
no, the pre tensioner goes bad(I say your probably have over 100,000 miles on this car), and it is a problem with dodge caravans, plymouth voyagers. You need to check the chrysler web site for recalls on caravans. this may have been on there,