Question about 1995 Ford Econoline
You may find that resetting the system by removing the negative battery cable briefly will correct the matter. Be sure you have radio codes and can reset any alarm systems and reset the clock.
More likely there is a circuit or sensor fault in which case you'll need to scan the system with a scanner and then check the indicated components prior to replacing them. The scan tools for airbags are proprietary by manufacturer. Your local Ford Dealer or a well equipped independant garage will scan and reset the system for you for a fee. But you can perform the repairs yourslf (wiring, sensors). I do not recommend the removal or installation of the airbags by untrained personnel.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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