Question about 2006 Ford Fusion
Dash on passenger side coming apart at airbag area
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the out put from the computer to the obd ll port if good need to check the wiring harness ,connections and pin contacts from computer to obd ll port connections possible short,frayed or broken wire
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
This link is from the handle to the latch. The door panel has to be removed in order for this problem to be fixed. The linkage is inside the door panel, it is a small diamater metal rod called a link. If you do the job yourself be careful not to break the door panel. In a shop, the labor is 1 hour for the job & if any, parts will be a seperate charge.
Posted on May 08, 2010
the alternator probably is accessable from the underside of the car without removing the compressor, which would require extensive knowledge and expensive equipment. the best thing to do is purchase a repair manual. this inexpensive investment has detailed procedure and pictures to help you tackle this repair.
Posted on May 25, 2010
P0882 - TCM Power Input Signal Low, this is a transmission code, I recommend that you take it to a dealer or qualified transmission shop. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
SOURCE: My 06 ford fusion airbag
Airbag systems should never be worked on by consumers who are not professionals with the Airbag system. You will need to take the vehicle in to the dealership to have the Airbag system professionally serviced, and to avoid problems with your insurance company. Airbag systems are very delicate, and consists of crash sensors in various points on the vehicle, as well as a system of wires, and an Airbag computer module. Usually the Airbag light comes on if the system has been activated, or become faulty. Once again, never work on the Airbag system yourself, take it to the dealership to have it serviced.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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