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Old 04-30-2009, 03:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry New problem.... Air Bag light staying on

OK we changed the TIPM reset the ABS light because it was on now the airbag light stays on.

I unhooked both batteries and waited 5 minutes for it to reset itself and that didn't help.

Clues anyone?

Please don't tell me it is the module for the airbags that has gone out, stealership says they cannot reset it, the book says to change fuse #'s 52 and 53, uhhhhh the panel only goes up to 41.
I have had this truck for 3 years and have never known of another fuse panel, if there is one it must be under the truck because it is not inside or under the hood.
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Old 05-01-2009, 02:16 AM   #2 (permalink)
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ABS is the anti-lock braking system
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ABS is the anti-lock braking system
I said AIR BAG LIGHT not ABS is staying on now

The ABS light WAS on but they reset it and it went off now the AIR BAG LIGHT is staying on
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OK, the stealership wins, I guess I will have to take it there to figure out this problem and the erratic RPMs

Thanks for the suggestions
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Since you just changed TIPMs, try fuses 20 and 21. both are 10amp fuses.

There are a number of things that goes into the airbag system. It could be the clock spring in the steering column, an airbag squib (checking for continuity), seatbelt pretensioner, seat track position sensor or an impact sensor, but you'll need to find what the code is first.

Check those 2 fuses first though with having just changed TIPMs
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x2 on the clock spring.
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OK the clock spring is a new one on me, explain please
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The clock spring is what allows electrical signals to go through the steering column and still allow the wheel to turn.

You take a look at those fuses? It might say spare or something completely unrelated on the cover in the list, so look at the numbers. Also, double check the pins on the connectors and that all the connectors are seated fully under the TIPM.
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The clock spring is what allows electrical signals to go through the steering column and still allow the wheel to turn.

You take a look at those fuses? It might say spare or something completely unrelated on the cover in the list, so look at the numbers. Also, double check the pins on the connectors and that all the connectors are seated fully under the TIPM.
After what I went through with that dang thing, I will take it to someone else and let then fool with all those wires that confused the heck out of me LOL. I will check the fuses tomorrow morning.
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im having the same problems with my truck. i just put oem fog lights in mine and it started after that..but did u have any fuses bad
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