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1998 Ford F 150 and air bag light blinks 52 how con i stop this

You need a scan tool and a multimeter to perform the tests to diagnose the problem. There are some items you can check though

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PINPOINT TEST A: LFC 1 ugg boots 2/52/DTC B1867 LOST OR LOW BATTERY VOLTAGE CONDITIONSDETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONSA1 CHECK FOR A HARD OR INTERMITTENT DTC NGS TesterWas DTC B1867 retrieved?Yes This is a hard fault. The fault condition is still present. This fault may not be cleared until it is corrected and the DTC is no longer retrieved during the On Demand Self Test. The fault condition is not present at this time. RECONNECT the system. VERIFY the system. Power Distribution Box Fuse 2 (10 A)

Is the fuse OK?Yes REPAIR the open in Circuit 937 (R/W). RECONNECT the system. VERIFY the system. Battery Ground Cable

Disconnect the battery ground cable and wait one minute for the backup power supply to deplete. REPLACE Fuse 2 (10 A). RECONNECT the system. VERIFY the system. Do not substitute another fuse value for the power distribution box fuse 2 (10 a). Another fuse value can cause future disarming failure and can result in danger to the occupants of the vehicle. Once the air bag diagnostic monitor has disarmed the system, it will not attempt to do so again until dtc b1913 or b1914 has been cleared. Do not reactivate the system until all dtc concerns have been repaired and cleared. Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor C208 and C209

Battery Ground Cable

Connect the battery ground cable and wait one minute. Battery Ground Cable

Disconnect the battery ground cable and wait one minute for the back up power supply to deplete. REPLACE Fuse 2 (10 A). RECONNECT the system. VERIFY the system. CHECK Fuse 2 (10 A). The fuse must be 10 A. Do not use any substitutions. CHECK Fuse 2 (10 A). The fuse must be 10 A. Do not use any substitutions. CHECK for causes of intermittent low battery voltage at Pin C209 13 and Pin C209 14, Circuit 937 (R/W). ATTEMPT to recreate the hard faults by driving the vehicle, flexing the wire harnesses, and cycling the ignition key frequently. REPAIR any intermittent concerns found. The voltage at these pins is set by the air bag diagnostic monitor and varies with the charging system voltage. If the air bag diagnostic monitor detects low voltage on any of these pins, it will store a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) B1913 in memory and flash a lamp fault code (LFC) 13 on the air bag indicator to indicate a possible short to ground on these circuits.

At the same time the air bag diagnostic monitor begins flashing LFC 13, it attempts to disarm the air bag supplemental restraint system (SRS) by activating an internal solid state switch at Pin C209 13, Circuit 937 (R/W). The activation of this switch shorts Circuit 937 (R/W) to ground, causing the power distribut ugg boots ion box Fuse 2 (10 A) to open, disarming the SRS and preventing inadvertent air bag deployment.

The air bag diagnostic monitor will make up to three atte ugg boots mpts spaced one minute apart to blow the power distribution box Fuse 2 (10 A).

If the attempt to blow the fuse is successful, a DTC B1867 will be stored in memory.

If the attempts to blow the fuse are unsuccessful, a DTC B1924 will be stored in memory.

After the power distribution box Fuse 2 (10 A) has been blown or three attempts to blow it have failed, the air bag diagnostic monitor will not ugg boots attempt to disarm the SRS again until DTC B1913 has been repaired and cleared from memory. Do not under any circumstances substitute another fuse value for the power distribution box fuse 2 (10 a). Any fuse other than 10 a can cause disarming failure and can result in danger to the occupants of the vehicle. Do not attempt to replace the power distribution box fuse 2 (10 a) unless the battery ground cable has been disconnected and the backup power supply energy has been depleted. To deplete the backup power supply energy, disconnect the battery ground cable and wait one minute. Be sure to disconnect auxiliary batteries and power supplies (if so equipped). resistance to ground on Circuits 617 (PK/O), 619 (PK/W), 624 (Y/W) or 625 (Y/LG), or internal resistance to ground in either of the air bag sensors causing the diagnostic voltage to drop. an internal short to ground within the air bag sliding contact (14A664) causing the driver air bag circuit(s) to be shorted to ground. an internal short to ground within the driver air bag module or passenger air bag module.

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