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2008 Ford F-150 Air Bag module location

Need location please of the SRS Air Bag Control Module aka computer. It's a 2008 Ford F-150 XLT , 60/40 bench seat no center consule.

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Most comon location is in the passenger kick panel
best of luck

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you need to takee into a certified mechanic , if you mess with the air bag system and it deploys no one will work on it . the cost to replace your airbag system could be easily 2500.00

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Underneath the carpet under the center counsole

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The Sensing diagnostic module is under the passenger seat under the carpet

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The module is under the passenger side seat,under the carpet.You will have to remove the seat to access it easier.Lift up the carpet and it will be mounted to the floor.

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AIR BAG (SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM) General Information The Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) is designed to work in conjunction with the standard three-point safety belts to reduce injury in a head-on collision. WARNING
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