1968-2013 Full Size VansEconolines. E150, E250, E350, E450 and E550
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I had error 12 and 51. I found a disconnected plug under the driver seat (occupency mat). I repluged it, and the error 51 is gone, but I still have the error 12. My batterie and alternator are 100% functionnal.
I checked all my fuses (in cabin and under hood) and they are all good.
I would like to probe the module to see if there is voltage on pin 13 but I don't know where it is located.
I saw a light blue-greenish plastic box under the dash, driver side, inline with the headlamp switch that has two connectors, is it this one?
Is there a reset possible on the airbag system?
I was reading on a Mustang forum that those cars (same era) had a 2 pin connector behind the glove box, that you had to jump a wire between the terminals to reset the airbag module.
Does our vans have the same, if yes, again, where is it located.
i believe you have found the airbag module aqua colored box with one white and one black plugs. this is from a 95 bronco
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to remove plugs on one side in the middle there will be a tab push with a screwdriver and pull module. now as far as testing or resetting i haven't the slightest clue. i personally don't trust the things anyway. good luck hope you fix it
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