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If you have a single-cab truck, or an ex-cab truck, it has a shut off switch in the dash.
There is also a sensor in the seat to determine if there's someone in it -- so if you do up the passenger's side seatbelt, and there's nobody in the seat, the airbag SHOULD be disabled.
Check in the owner's manual, I think there's a pretty good description of the operation in there.
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