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Air Bag light keeps flashing a code 32. what does

My 1997 LIncoln Mark VIII air Bag light keeps flashing a code 32 . what does it mea?

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    air bag c0de 32

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    air bag c0de 32 on jag

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Probably tge.clock spring in the steering wheel,or the wieght sensor in the drivers seat causing the xode to come up

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