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1998 Ford Towncare has an airbag code 32 - 3 flashes than 2 flashes, what does this mean

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This code means driver side air bag circuit high resistance or open. in a ford, this is usually a bad clock spring. the clock spring is behind the steering wheel. these can be a little bit tricky to replace. the steering wheel will have to be removed. total time would pay 1.3 hours at a shop.

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