Question about BMW 645
There is no such thing as an airbag fuse. The airbag is run through the drive train module. If what you are trying to do is turn off the airbag on the passenger side, some vehicles such as my Toyota truck have a little key hole option where you can turn the airbag off. If you don't have that, you can remove the whole airbag out, however, disconnect the battery for at least 3 minutes first in order to avoid getting punched in the face.
Posted on Apr 17, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
most likely Steve is correct about the sensors, they are the most common problem, if you tinker with cars yourself you can try them at home first. jack up one corner at a time ...the sensors just push in to a copper shim in the hub. move back and forth a few times with pliers and they will come right out. look over the wires to be sure there is no damage < chunks of ice and froxen snow are know to cause broken wires> if wires look ok spray clean the reluctor wheel on c/v joint and the sensor itself. if you see metal fuzz looking stuff on the sensor ,that is junk from your brakes and needs cleaned off. the metal dust causes the trigger in sensor to malfunction. do all 4 corners one at a time then drive the car if abs light and flashing brake light go out your fixed but still should have codes cleared to make sure there is no there problems. if this doesn't fix it best bet is to have a dealer you trust to look it over , brakes are important. once abs light is out see if you pass your inspection, if not ask why then post on here what they tell you and we'll address that . good luck.
Posted on May 13, 2009
SOURCE: 1996 tracker. i have
Seldom is just one doodad on a fuse by itself. Since you mention nothing else being out, here is what I would do:
1) Go to a Chevrolet Dealer, ask for the parts department
2) Ask the parts guy to sell you a neutral safety switch AND print you out the
page of the IPB, illustrated parts breakdown, showing where it is located on the vehicle.
Generally it will be accessible under the dash, or on the side of the transmission. Either
way should not be too hard to get at on a vehicle with lots of ground clearance. Disconnect the negative cable of the battery before you disconnect and reconnect the switch
While you are there ask him about the fuse location in case I am wrong. But bear in mind the fuse is a safety valve, it will just keep blowing out until you have repaired the item which is drawing too much current through it.
Posted on Sep 11, 2011
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