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Old 10-27-2009, 11:38   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all I just recently purchased an 09 Mariner Premier 4cyl with the nave package.

The first issue I am having is when my fiance or anyone of 120or so lbs and around 5"2 sits in the pass seat, the air bag goes on and off intermittently. Does anyone else have this issue? My complaint is now being handled by Ford after taking it back to the dealer 4 times. The dealer was great and did everything they could, even tested their own receptionist in my car and another and it still did it.

My second question is: Is there a way to disable to speed sensitive functionality of the navigation? I cant get a wiring diagram for the wire that is connected tot he speed wire. On my 06 Expedition it was hooked into the the parking break but this one is defiantly speed sensitive and activates around 3mph. I just have to get rid of this!!

Thanks all in advance!
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Old 10-27-2009, 12:37   #2 (permalink)
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Welcome to the forums. Do you have another apppintment with the dealer/ If they can't seem to get it repaired, tell them you'd like to see if a factory rep will be around to help.
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Welcome to the forums. Do you have another apppintment with the dealer/ If they can't seem to get it repaired, tell them you'd like to see if a factory rep will be around to help.
I have been in contact with Ford, the dealer gave me a number to call and they are working on the case. I told them it was an unnacceptable issue. It seems as though the seat was designed incorrectly and most of the sensing is in the front portion of the seat instead of the portion where your rear would hit.
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That's very possible. Let us know the outcome.
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Old 10-28-2009, 07:46   #5 (permalink)
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That's very possible. Let us know the outcome.
I didnt even have to mention the field specialist, they are sending one out on Thursday to take a look. Updates soon!
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