It happens every time you run the rear wipers, it blows out the fuse, and thus the red air bag light goes on. they are on the same circuit.
try not to use the rear wiper.
to fix it, just temporarily use a 15 or twenty amp fuse in place of the blown out one (refer to the manual for fuse box and amps), this will set the wiper to sit back in its normal position. After this has been done, go ahead and replace the fuse with the correct amps, and the air bag red light will sets off.
Note:( reason to use higher amps is to allow the wiper to sit back in its own place, otherwise, if using the same lower amps it will keep blowing it out.)
ofcourse disconnect battery first.
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The ABS stands for (Anti-Lock Brake System). The air bag light or SRS stands for (Supplemental Restraint System). The lights are staying on because there is a problem with both systems. They have nothing in common with each other. I suggest you have this looked at by a professional. Working on the SRS can be hazardous so leave that to a pro.
Hello! I would say it is most likely the clock spring inside the steering wheel behind the air bag. This is what provides power to the wheel and air bag itself. This could also cause your horn not to work and possibly illuminate the air bag light as well. Very common problem. Let me know if this helps or if you have any more questions
If your Air Bag Light is on and the Horn Doesn't work, then the Clock Spring behind your steering wheel is bad. Call the dealership and give them your Vin Number and ask them if it is covered under a recall, some vehicles where some were not. Its worth a try.
Would seem strange that there would be no codes present if the light is constantly on. While the light is the air bags are disabled, so they will not deploy in an accident. I recommend taking it to a Dodge dealer for diagnosis and repair. If cost is an issue, tell them you just want a code test and advise on possible causes. They may have seen the problem before, and will usually be the quickest at diagnosis and repair.