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2001 ford expedition colum wiring harnes that comes from under the wheel has a brown connector that i have to disconnect to stop the chimes but everthing in the colum continue to work is this the air bag?

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    thanks for the quick responce do you have any idea what it maybe? it goes into the steering wheel connector ring that is attacheched to the wheel

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No it is not or the Airbag light would come on, but the wires for the Airbag are no that color either.

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