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AIRBAG AND FUEL SYSTEM RELAY SWITCH,LOCATION

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How to reset kill switcj om 2004 chrysler sebring


If you are referring to the old inertia switch for fuel shut off during a crash, the manufacturers don't use these any longer. The airbag system is connected to the fuel pump relay through the ECM. When the airbags deploy, the fuel pump stops. This system involves using the standard fuel pump relay. When the relay or associated circuitry fails, the fuel pump wont come on.

Feb 03, 2017 | 2004 Chrysler Sebring

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Airbag precautions


I worked at a salvage yard for a while. During that time I pulled hundreds of airbags. I thought I'd share a few things.

I've provided this as a supplemental reference. The precautions are applicable to handling all airbags. It provides important additional information you need to be aware of when working on or around SIR (Supplemental Individual Restraint) airbag systems. It lists the potential dangers of doing so and the appropriate precautions against accidental premature deployment.

Precautions for working with and handling airbags: Take these Seriously!!!
  • Alway wear safety glasses.
  • Control the environment - no kids, pets, people horsing around.
  • Disconnect the negative battery terminal. After you are done, make sure no one is inside the vehicle when you reconnect the battery. If your vehicle has an anti-theft system, you'll need to get your activation codes to reset your sound system.
  • Do not use solvents to clean your airbags. They may ignite if accidentally deployed. Use only a damp cloth.
  • Airbags are sensitive to heat in excess of 190 degrees F. Store them accordingly.
  • Airbags are sensitive to impact - handle them carefully
  • Airbags are sensitive to static electricity - ground yourself, Spray the seat and rug with fabric softener (anti-static - ever heard the term 'static cling')
  • Wires for the SIR are bright yellow, the connectors are labeled.
  • In addition to forward mounted sensors, there can be sensors in the dash.
  • Disconnecting the battery alone is not enough, the diagnostic module can retain a firing charge.
  • Do not use voltage testers or VOM's on SIR wiring.
  • Do not haphazardly disconnect airbag components
  • Be safe
  • Be aware

Disable the system:
  • Turn the wheel to the straight ahead position
  • Lock the ignition and remove the key
  • Disconnect the negative battery cable. Be advised, this alone will not render the system safe. The diagnostic module (DERM) can retain a charge
  • Remove the airbag fuse (refer to fuse block cover for location)
  • At the bottom of the steering column locate the Airbag connector. (Yellow wire, yellow conduit)
  • You may need to remove the sound insulator panel beneath the instruments to access it
  • Disconnect the plug
The system is now disabled. That does not mean you can let your guard down. It means that you can now continue working around the system with a higher degree of safety. Continue to observe all safety precautions. Airbags should be handled with caution at all times.

Be safe
Mike

on Nov 22, 2008 | 1995 Chevrolet Blazer

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Where is the horn relay location on a 08 ford f350 with a 5..4 liter


Sadly, the horn relay is built into the Smart Junction Block (passenger fuse box)
see diagram.
I think you may have a bad/sticking horn switch, which is part of the drivers airbag module. if there are no concerns with the speed control or airbag lamp on, the clock spring in the column is ok.

all the switch does is complete a ground circuit to the relay. you may have a wire pinched under the airbag in the wheel.


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since an airbag is involved, I would recommend a dealer check this part. Airbags are dangerous.

Rick

Nov 10, 2014 | 2008 Ford F-350

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How to start a car that the airbags have deployed in?


Pull the fuse and or relays for the airbag

Apr 13, 2014 | 1997 Honda Civic

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My airbag light is staying on


sorry but it sounds like a trip to a main dealer,if the light is on it means the airbags are off and will not fire in an accident,airbags and diy don't mix,

Jan 29, 2012 | 2005 Suzuki Reno

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I DIDN`T FIND INERTIA SWITCH IN BEETLE


The crash fuel shut-off system is integral with the airbag system. The airbag module turns off power to the primary side of the fuel pump relay in the event of an airbag deployment. There is no resettable "switch".

Aug 30, 2011 | 1999 Volkswagen Beetle

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I am trying to reset the srs light on my 1996 Mitsubishi colt. I have replaced the airbag and rotary switch(springs behind wheel) but cannot seem to locatate my airbag ecu. Where is the location of my...


If the airbag has been deployed, is is necessary to REPLACE the airbag (SRS) ECU. It is located below the center console. (See picture) It must be replaced because on your vehicle, it contains the crash sensors. If you do not replace it and hook-up new airbags and turn the key on, the new airbags will immediately deploy. There is no way to "reset" it.


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May 24, 2011 | 1996 Mitsubishi Mirage

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How to remove an airbag on a k1500 chevy pickup


Hi there,

Airbag can be dangerous, I advise you to let a pro handle them. Since you will just do it any way, I'll try to help you live through it. Take these seriously
Airbag precautions
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I worked at a salvage yard for a while. During that time I pulled hundreds of airbags. I thought I'd share a few things.

I've provided this as a supplemental reference. The precautions are applicable to handling all airbags. It provides important additional information you need to be aware of when working on or around SIR (Supplemental Individual Restraint) airbag systems. It lists the potential dangers of doing so and the appropriate precautions against accidental premature deployment.

Precautions for working with and handling airbags: Take these Seriously!!!
  • Always wear safety glasses.
  • Control the environment - no kids, pets, people horsing around.
  • Disconnect the negative battery terminal. After you are done, make sure no one is inside the vehicle when you reconnect the battery. If your vehicle has an anti-theft system, you'll need to get your activation codes to reset your sound system.
  • Do not use solvents to clean your airbags. They may ignite if accidentally deployed. Use only a damp cloth.
  • Airbags are sensitive to heat in excess of 190 degrees F. Store them accordingly.
  • Airbags are sensitive to impact - handle them carefully
  • Airbags are sensitive to static electricity - ground yourself, Spray the seat and rug with fabric softener (anti-static - ever heard the term 'static cling')
  • Wires for the SIR are bright yellow, the connectors are labeled.
  • In addition to forward mounted sensors, there can be sensors in the dash.
  • Disconnecting the battery alone is not enough, the diagnostic module can retain a firing charge.
  • Do not use voltage testers or VOM's on SIR wiring.
  • Do not haphazardly disconnect airbag components
  • Be safe
  • Be aware

Disable the system:
  • Turn the wheel to the straight ahead position
  • Lock the ignition and remove the key
  • Disconnect the negative battery cable. Be advised, this alone will not render the system safe. The diagnostic module (DERM) can retain a charge
  • Remove the airbag fuse (refer to fuse block cover for location)
  • At the bottom of the steering column locate the Airbag connector. (Yellow wire, yellow conduit)
  • You may need to remove the sound insulator panel beneath the instruments to access it
  • Disconnect the plug
The system is now disabled. That does not mean you can let your guard down. It means that you can now continue working around the system with a higher degree of safety. Continue to observe all safety precautions. Airbags should be handled with caution at all times.

Be safe
Mike

Jul 28, 2010 | 1998 Chevrolet K1500

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I have a 2001 hyundai elantra and the warning lights on the dashboard. I know what the oil light looks like and the airbags. What are the other two lights.


Your best bet is to go HERE and signup for a free account then Downloading your Manual - service sheets, diagrams, parts lists etc.
Hyundai is one of the best with providing their customers with free information about the vehicles!!

I have D/L the manual, and the warning lamps on the instrument cluster are...
Left to right...(starting under temp. Gauge)

WITHOUT TRIP COMPUTER
11. Traction Control Indicator Light (If installed)

12. ABS Warning Light (If installed)

13. Seat Belt Warning Light

14. Oil Pressure Warning Light

15. Charging System Warning Light

16. Parking Brake/Brake Fluid Level Warning
Light

17. Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL)

18. SRS (Airbag) Warning Light

19. Trip Odometer/Odometer

20. Trip Odometer Reset Knob

21. Low Fuel Warning Light

WITH TRIP COMPUTER

7. Front Fog Indicator Light (If installed)

8. Door Ajar Warning Light

9. Trunk Lid Open Warning Light

10. Parking Brake/Brake Fluid Level Warning
Light

11. Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL)

12. Charging System Warning Light

13. Oil Pressure Warning Light

14. SRS (Airbag) Warning Light

15. Cruise Indicator Light (If installed)

16. Seat Belt Warning Light

17. ABS Warning Light (If installed)

18. Traction Control Indicator Light (If installed)

19. Automatic Transaxle Position Indicator Light
(Auto T/A only)

22. Low Fuel Warning Light


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Feb 21, 2009 | 2001 Hyundai Elantra

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