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Should powder building materials, such as cement, mortar, or joint compound, be left in their bag, or stored in an air-tight bucket?

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They can be left in the bag as long as they don't get wet. Indoor storage only

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Pcm location 96 passport


old post i do up to 3 months,
with air bags is different than with.
USA answer, LHD , left hand drive, not Right.
no bag, left toe is PCM
yes bags, point finger to radio ,now down past the pocket shelf to store Cassettes or what-nots. bingo PCM and bag brain below
do not fiddly he PCM ever on this bag car, until you read the air bag defeat section in FSM. it can KILL.
here is the quote off the online page.
after key out.


  1. Disconnect the negative and positive battery cables. Wait at least five minutes before working around the Air Bags.
  2. Disarm the Air Bag system. DO NOT SKIP THIS !!!!!
  3. Remove the glove box door and the passenger's Air Bag lower cover.
  4. Disconnect the yellow 2-way Air Bag harness from the passenger's side Air Bag.(the danger point)
  5. Remove the four console screws. Remove the console.
  6. Unscrew and remove the trim panel located below the dashboard cubby hole.
  7. remove the PCM. screws and PCM.

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1986 lincoln matk vii left front air spring will not lift up to level position


Have you checked all air lines, are they all tight & have the orange O-rings on them, this includes the one that goes to the top of the solenoid on the air bag that you're having the problem with, Then you might want to inspect the air bags itself, for leaks and cracks. Don't forget to turnoff the air ride system, the button is in the trunk before you jack up the car. Finally, there is a way to check the system without any special tools, just a jump wire. Let me know if you like to know how to do so.

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I replaced my drivers seat in my '04 Liberty and whether I buckle or not the alarm goes off for the first few minutes of driving. It's incredibly annoying and was hoping I could gets some answ


well I hope the guy that replaced your seat,know that there is 8 different one for your jeep/ there is one with or with air bag and
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How to Change an Ignition Lock on a 2004 Buick Rendezvous.


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Removal & Installation
  1. Disconnect the battery negative cable, as outlined in the Chassis Electrical Section.
  2. Disable the Inflatable Restraint (SIR) system. (see procedure below)
  3. Remove the steering wheel.
  4. Remove the tilt lever close out plate.
  5. Remove the retaining screw from the lower steering column trim covers.
  6. Tilt the trim cover down and slide rearward in order to disengage the locking tabs.
  7. Remove the lower steering column trim covers.
  8. Remove the retaining screws from the upper steering column trim cover.

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    Fig. Lift the trim cover in order to gain access to the lock cylinder access hole.

  9. Lift the trim cover in order to gain access to the lock cylinder access hole.
  10. Insert the Snap-On A173A bent-tip awl or equivalent, with a 3/32 in (2.5mm) tip, and 3/4 in (20mm) in length, into the access hole of the ignition lock cylinder.
  11. Turn the ignition lock cylinder to START .
  12. Use the bent tip in order to push down on the ignition lock cylinder retainer.
  13. Release the ignition lock cylinder to the RUN position.

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    Fig. Remove the ignition lock cylinder from the lock cylinder case.

  14. Remove the ignition lock cylinder from the lock cylinder case.

To install:
  1. Insert the ignition lock cylinder through the trim cover in the upper steering column.
  2. Align the lock cylinder retaining tab and the position tab with the slots in the lock housing.
  3. Completely push the lock cylinder into the lock housing.
    NOTE Use the correct fastener in the correct location. Replacement fasteners must be the correct part number for that application. Fasteners requiring replacement or fasteners requiring the use of thread locking compound or sealant are identified in the service procedure. Do not use paints, lubricants, or corrosion inhibitors on fasteners or fastener joint surfaces unless specified. These coatings affect fastener torque and joint clamping force and may damage the fastener. Use the correct tightening sequence and specifications when installing fasteners in order to avoid damage to parts and systems.
  4. Install the retaining screws to the upper steering trim cover and tighten the screws to 31 inch lbs. (3.5 Nm).
  5. Match the tab slots on the lower trim cover with the locking tabs on the upper trim cover.
  6. Tilt the lower trim cover up and slide the lower trim cover until the locking tabs snap into the tab slots.
  7. Install the lower trim cover screws to the steering column and tighten the screws to 13 inch lbs. (1.5 Nm).
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  10. Enable the SIR system, as outlined in the Chassis Electrical Section.
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Disarming the SIR System

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  1. Turn the wheels to the straight-ahead position, then turn the ignition switch to LOCK .
  2. Remove the console accessory wiring junction block access hole cover.
  3. Remove the "AIR BAG" or "SIR" fuse from the block, as applicable.
  4. Remove the left-hand sound insulator, for access to the SIR wiring harness.

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    Fig. Passenger-s side air bag connector location


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    Fig. Side air bag connector location

  5. Remove the Connector Position Assurance (CPA) device, then disengage the yellow 2-way connector at the base of the steering column.
  6. Remove the right hand insulator panel.
  7. Remove the CPA from the inflatable restraint instrument panel module connector located behind the RH insulator panel.
  8. Disconnect the instrument panel module connector
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  10. Disconnect the side impact module-left front connector.
  11. Remove the CPA from the inflatable restraint side impact module-right front connector located under the front passenger seat.
  12. Disconnect the side impact module-right front connector.
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Arming The SIR System
  1. Be sure the ignition is in the LOCK position.
  2. Connect the inflatable restraint side impact module-right front connector located under the front passenger seat.
  3. Install the CPA to the side impact module-right front connector.
  4. Connect the inflatable restraint side impact module-left front connector located under the driver seat.
  5. Install the CPA to the side impact module-left front connector.
  6. Engage the yellow SIR connector, then secure using the CPA device for both the drivers and passenger sides.
  7. Install the sound insulator panel.
  8. Install the SIR system fuse to the fuse block.
  9. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position and verify that the AIR BAG indicator light flashes 7 times, then extinguishes. If it does not go out, troubleshoot the SIR system fault.
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2000 airbag code flashing 47 had very minor accident in rear


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  2. you can discharge the air bags and that's bad as its expensive to replace, not mention your air bags use gun powder to discharge ,, this can cause critical injuries m burns etc..
  3. if the wiring is wrong , you can blow the ecu as the ecu directly controls the air bags on a 12 volt relay.. Well i guess you get the point.
simply put your's needs replacing..

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