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1993 Ford Taurus

The car is making a beeping noise from behind the glovebox and won't start

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  • justin rush Oct 07, 2008

    Our 93 Taurus is beeping behind glove box, and air bag light on dash keeps flashing. As a result it will not start all. Also the electical radiator fan will not stop running.. Please help any suggestions would be very much appreciated Thanks.



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There is a fuse, but that same cicuit usually also supplies the stereo and dash lights as well. You will just have to live with it

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