flashing airbag light

Discussion in 'Gen 1 & 2 - Electronics & Audio' started by white91sho, Jan 18, 2006.

  1. luigisho

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    Is this a fresh out of the blue issue or have you been chasing something wrong with the system?
     
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    cali+Mocasho+ 89 white 3.2 145k

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    Recently picked up my 93 and it came with the solid airbag light.
     
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    Never heard of a solid light before. I would look at good battery, maybe a blown fuse, then possible ground problem or monitor failure. Have you unhooked the battery and see if that clears anything? You can guess and throw parts at it, but the electrical is getting so old that if a few of the easier diagnosing suggestions in this thread and in other posts don't help, then I would consider finding a good auto electric place to track it down. Might be as simple as a bad monitor or fuse or it could be a long chase.
     
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    I'm having 6 flashes on Gen1 right after I replaced the alternator. It went away after a day of driving. So could it be related to battery voltage? What does 6 flashes mean pls...
     
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    Your under dash module has been disconnected or is not operating.

    It could also be that your electrical system is putting out more voltage than required, or less voltage than necessary. The low voltage situation can also be caused by a wire issue or a short to ground.
     
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    I thought you replied to my post. The other one is over 2yrs old.
     

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