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I have a 2003 Ford F-150 4.2L V6 that has an error flashing on the passenger side seat belt light. It flashes 2 times then 7 times and it repeats for a total of 4 consecutive sequences.

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If you are talking about the SRS light, the LFC ( light Flash Code ) 27 is :

Passenger Air Bag Deactivation ( PAD ) warning lamp shorted to ground

Have you done, or had any work done in the dash area as of late ?

The PAD light cannot illuminate, so the truck is reporting the code via the SRS LFC.

Start with the PAD lamp, and work you way backwards on the wiring harness, looking for a wire that has the insulation damaged, and making contact with the dash frame.
Could be right at the PAD lamp holder also.

This will take some time, but should be an easy fix.

Posted on Nov 14, 2009

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