Anyway to diagnose this without paying the dealer ? It's ALWAYS on, doesn't matter if you turn the wheel or have the seat belts buckled in or not. Or if anyone knows how to reset it for the time being.
98 ZJ -4.0L
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Maybe it's only for CEL lights and not airbag? Does it have a code associated with it? Try this and see what it says:
Originally Posted by wjjeeps.com
Turn the ignition key until the digital odometer displays, repeat three times in succession and then back to "On" (On/Off, On/Off, On/Off, On). At the fourth "On" the odometer will be replaced with codes. If no codes are present then "Done" will appear.
I left my neg terminal disconnected for about 20 minutes and that cleared my code after I fixed the issue. I think the proper way would be use an OBDII to clear it but then again, maybe it only for CEL like I mentioned above.
2003 4.0L, OME HD Springs, OME Nitro Shocks, Rancho SS, 265/70R16 General Grabber AT2s
Sorry to hijack but if the light is on but cruise and horn still work is it the clock spring or somethin else? I searched and didn't find a definite answer and didn't want to start a new thread to have 48395 people tell me to search.
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My airbag light is mostly on but with certain turns will turn off for a few seconds before dinging back on. So I figured it was the clock spring. Just switched it out and now it's permanently on. So frustrated! I got the part from a pick-a-part but I couldn't have 2 clock Springs. Universe ain't that mean right? Plus my radio controls are less glitchy now so it's gotta be a better clock spring.
Have y'all gotten the recall for the passenger air bag blowing up randomly
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