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I have a 2003 escalade ext i took the airbag off the steering wheel to change out my controls on the steering wheel now my airbag light comes on and of

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Check all of the connections to the airbag. Very carefully. If there is a spark or static it could set off the airbag. This means all the way to the firewall.

Posted on May 02, 2013

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SOURCE: Lock steering wheel...Key won't turn in the ignition

Make sure to push the brake firmly with you foot. I do this all the time.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: front wheel bearing replacement

Remove the lugs than disassemble the brake calipers remove the disc take a 3lb sledge hammer and swing it and hit the back side of where the lug studs are sticking out

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SOURCE: i need to replace the light bulbs for the steering

the switches in the steering wheel do not have bulbs, the switches have LED which lights up.
so if the lights in the switches are not working you'll need to replace the switches.

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sound like a leak in a airbag, id have it checked by a dealer

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according to the code chart its saying one of your remote batt is low. this is the thing you use to unlock the doors in your hand

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Just got my car back from the garage for this exact problem. It started about 3 months ago. The airbag light would go on for no reason. I did notice when this would happen my power windows would not work. All of a sudden it would come back on and everything would be fine. When I took it in the first time the garage coulnt find anything wrong. Then it got cold. Three days ago as I was driving I adjusted my steering wheel and the air bag light came on. Only this time I had my heater on and the heater went off and once again the windows would not work. I moved my steering wheel again and the light went off, the heater came back on and the windows worked again. All of a sudden the airbag light came on and this time it stayed on. Now I had no heat. I took it in and they said for some reason the wires in the steering wheel were being pinched and shorting and this short was had also caused the ignition switch to go bad, which also had to be replaced for the second time in a year. I got my car back, but you can be assured I will not be adjusting the steering wheel. Good Luck.

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