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You don't. .take it to a reputable garage and let them repair it.if you just install a new air bag without replacing crash sensors, clockspring, air bag module and safing sensor, you may deploy the new air bag,possiably causing major bodily harm. ..stay away from it!!! A static shock from you connecting it could set of air bag..
When the air bag system has a problem it uses the air bag light tell you what the codes are. Three flashes then 1 or 2 second pause then 2 flashes would be a code 32. Then Google it and find out what the code is for. Hope this helps
First,check that your emergancy brake lever or foot pedal is pulled all the way up. The next thing is probably either dirt on your anti-lock sensors at the wheels,or air getting into the line or low brake fluid in reservoir. don-ohio
There are many possibilities on this. Anything from bad Gas, Bad Ignition Wires, Bad Distributor/IgnitionCoil, Intake Air Leaks, Bad Sensors etc.
It sounds like a malfunctioning Idle Air Control Valve. You can take this off and clean it with Carb Cleaner. Reinstall and check operation. If it helps but does not solve completely the problem: Replace this.
Check your Ignition Wires and Distributor/Ignition Coil.
The Idle Control Valve is available at
(no-I don't work for either store/company)
Autozone Part #TV281 for around $51.
Advance Auto Part #50523 for around $52.
Let me know if this helped, or if you have additional information or questions. Feel free to contact me at FixYa.com!
you need to buy new air bags and a new computer for the air bags you will also need to replace the clock spring in the steering wheel, I do not suggest you do this without knowing anything about the air bag system as it can kill you. This one is for a professional, and the older cars have added items that need to be checked like accelerometers and crash sensors on the front of the radiator core support and on each fender, any one of these items could deploy the air bag if defective. and the old ones deploy at 180 miles per hour.
9 is not familiar to me. Call dealer service department and ask them what code means.
Here are codes for a 94 Aerostar. I don't have 91 Sable. Sorry.
Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor Diagnostic Trouble Code Priority Table
Diagnostic Trouble Code
No Air Bag Indicator — Inoperative Indicator Circuit or No Battery Positive Voltage to Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor
Continuous Air Bag Indicator — Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor Disconnected or Inoperative
Low Battery Voltage
Air Bag Module or RH Cowl Side Panel Air Bag Sensor Circuit Shorted to Ground
LH Cowl Side Panel Air Bag Sensor Not Mounted to Vehicle Properly
LH Cowl Side Panel Air Bag Sensor Circuit Shorted to Battery Voltage
LH Cowl Side Panel Air Bag Sensor Circuit Input Feed/Return Circuit Open
LH Cowl Side Panel Air Bag Sensor Diagnostic Circuit Open or Low Resistance in Center Air Bag or Front Air Bag
Driver Side Air Bag Circuit High Resistance or Open
Passenger Side Air Bag Circuit High Resistance or Open
Driver Side Air Bag Circuit Low Resistance or Shorted
Passenger Side Air Bag Circuit Low Resistance or Shorted
Center Radiator and RH Cowl Side Panel Air Bag Sensor Circuits High Resistance or Open
RH Cowl Side Panel Air Bag Sensor Not Mounted to Vehicle Properly
Center Air Bag Sensor Not Mounted to Vehicle Properly
Open Splice Center Air Bag Sensor Ground Monitor
Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor Internal Thermal Fuse Blown and Short to Ground No Longer Exists
Backup Power Supply Voltage Boost Fault
Sensor Circuits Resistance to Ground or Internal Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor Fault
Rapid Continuous Flashing of Air Bag Indicator