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    Driving home yesterday and the passenger airbag was on then it just turned off. I have went through all the controls on the steering wheel and i cant seem to find out how to turn it back on? Does anyone know.

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    What kind of vehicle do you have?
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    all trucks are like that..............they turn on and off, i would like to know what causes this.

    is it the sensor in the seat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ToNe04 View Post
    all trucks are like that..............they turn on and off, i would like to know what causes this.

    is it the sensor in the seat?
    Yes that and the seat belt. If you have something heavy on the seat the seat belt needs to be fastened as well. Usually the seat sensors don't go bad but they can get disturbed from stuffing junk under the seat.

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    Thanks for the help I did have something in the seat.

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    yea dont worry just becareful with the wires under your seat make sure there no where near the seat rail.

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