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1998 TJ, airbag light comes on and radio, heater blower, turn

Signals don't work. When light goes out other items work again.
Checked all fuses and grounds, no apparent wire breaks.

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    Sounds like what just started happening to me. Stopped buy local mechanic and he was stumped. We looked up the wiring diagram and just about everything runs through the ignition switch so I am going to replace it and see what happens.

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Make sure your replace the ignition switch the mounts on side of steering collum, not the key switch!!!!

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