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how do i remove my passenger side airbag on an f150

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how do i remove my passenger side airbag on an f150?
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Chuck replied 4 years ago.

Here are your instructions for removing the passenger airbag.

 

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ItemPart NumberDescription
1W706599Passenger air bag module bolts (3 required)
2046B62RH defrost grille
3044A74Passenger air bag module

 

 

1. Depower the system

 

2. While pushing in on the 2 glove compartment door tabs, position the glove compartment downward

 

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3. Remove the passenger air bag module bolts.

4. Remove the RH defrost grille

5. Remove the 2 push pins retaining the passenger air bag module deployment door to the instrument panel (if equipped).

6. NOTICE: Do not handle the passenger air bag module by grabbing the edges of the deployment door.

  • Reaching one hand into the glove box opening, push out on the front of the passenger air bag module, releasing the clips at the front of the bag and partially remove the passenger air bag module from the instrument panel.
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    7. Disconnect the passenger air bag module electrical connectors

     

     

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    Installation

    1. Connect the passenger air bag module electrical connectors.
    2. NOTE: Make sure the J-clips are in place before positioning the passenger air bag module to the instrument panel.
    3. Position the passenger air bag module into the instrument panel.
      1. Angle the rear of the passenger air bag module deployment door so the tabs engage to the instrument panel.
      2. Position the passenger air bag module into place and push down on the deployment door, engaging the remaining tabs

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    3. Install the RH defrost grille.

    4. Install the 2 pushpins retaining the passenger air bag module deployment door to the instrument panel (if equipped).

    5. Install the passenger air bag module bolts.

     

  • To install, tighten to 9 Nm (80 lb-in).
  • 6. Close the glove compartment

    7. Repower the system

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