Question about 2003 Ford Explorer
Flash Code 42 is for the driver's airbag circuit. Most common problem is with the clock spring or another term is the sliding contact. This is not something you should mess with if you dont know what your doing. As testing wrong can set off the airbag. If you choose to take it apart look for a bad connection, maybe just a wire popped off behind the bag but again caution as these are very dangerous 200 mph deployment! It can kill.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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