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Airbag light flashes 3 then 6 times on my 2001 Lincoln LS. What does this code mean?

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The on-board computer is giving you a trouble code for the center belt tensioner in the rear seat. This chould not be a safety issue if the belt is functioning. You may be able to clear the code if you pull the center belt out completely a couple of times as the code may be setting for reasons where a little excercise of the belt mechanism may remedy.

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The Airbag indicator lamp is burnt out, and a flash code is waiting.
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Air bag light comes on and stays on. Never any accidents.


Had the same problem, found the wire disconnected under the driver seat (there is a yellow plug and with one red wire, which is fine, and one green wire, which is broken. Fixed the wire, light went off.
Email me if you need details adrian.hanea@gmail.com

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