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I noticed the air bag light flashing yesterday in my old beater. It's a '94 F150, 300 6 cylinder, 5 speed and pretty much a basic truck. It's a former farm truck and kids beat the snot out of it although it's still a handy old truck to have around. It's flashing out the code 32. Anybody got any ideas what that might mean? We don't have inspections and it's just a short run driver.

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Mine had a bad clock spring when my air bag light came on. Also look at the key tumbler, they get wore out. There is a tiny plug that goes in the tumbler and it gets really loose.

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Mine had a bad clock spring when my air bag light came on. Also look at the key tumbler, they get wore out. There is a tiny plug that goes in the tumbler and it gets really loose.

I replaced the clock spring over the weekend. Now my horn works. I don't know about the cruise as the truck is partially apart getting some much needed maintenance. (Kids with no ability worked on it before.) Half a dozen wire stripped and twisted together with no tape or anything on them.

There is one wire that was hanging loose and I don't know where it goes but I'm not worried about it.

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