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Pull the fuse it won't affect the seatbelts from working correctly. otherwise you have to disconnect each seatbelt lock to find the defaulted lock. As for the airbag light; do you have the type that can be turned off with a key? It may be permanently turn off and needs to be turned back on with the key.
there is a fault in the air bag system on that model the clock spring is broken it is attatched to turn signal switch but if you dont know how to work on air bags dont they can be dangerous very dangerous let me know if this helped you the air bag wont deploy with this problem okay to drive car remember the airbag s will not deploy in an accident
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.
yes warn products makes a kit for them i bought one for my 99 1500 ram it will take u all of two days to do this unless u have no problems then it may be faster. mine turned into replacing both front u joints cause they arent greaseable
With the engine off, fill the reservoir with fluid and turn the wheels slowly lock to lock a few times. Top off the fluid and start the engine. If it still whines a bit, turn the wheels back and forth a couple times and then shut it off. Let it set about an hour or so until the fluid looks a solid color again.
so many possibilities all you can do is test them start with you fuses if ok try to jump your battery if it is altenator you might be able to start it if you can take your negative battery cable off if it dies altenator is possibly your problem if you cant jump it battery might be the problem BUT it could be something else but recomend to start that