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I have a 1994 F150, 4.9, 2WD that has a burnt out Airbag Module (PM-F2VF-14B056-AD) that is causing a short in my PSOM. I would replace the module if I could find one. Parts stores tell me that it is a dealer item. The dealer says that Ford don't make them anymore. Junkyards don't sell them because it is a safety item.
So here is a 3 part question...
1) Does anybody know where I might be able to pick one up online?
2) Does anybody have a schematic of the module so I could track down the exact component and fix it myself?
3) Or, if worse comes to worse, how to properly disable the whole airbag system with the module gone?
I really hate to junk the vehicle for something that is so minor.
The airbag module is for the diagnostics, it doesn't deploy the airbag, so the system is still armed. Just unhook the battery for 15 min or so (Ford says 1 minute but I don't really trust that) and you can safely unhook the air bag at the steering column.
96 300ci M5OD 2wd Reg Cab Long Bed 3.55 LS Gears and 8-Track player
A question that sometimes drives me hazy: am I or are the others crazy?
Thank you to all. I will be unhooking the airbag from the steering column, then re-wrapping the dash wiring harness. Time to get the dash out of my spare room and back into the truck, although I kind of do like all the leg room the truck has without it.