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My daughter has a 2004 Focus. She was in a minor accident and rear
ended a pickup truck at a very low speed. The only damage to her car
was a slightly dented hood, which is not visible unless you are less
than 6 inches away. The problem is that the air bag light is on and
she cannot retract her seat belt. Is there a way to release the locking
mechanism or is it part of the air bag system?
Thanks, Richard
 
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"richardg" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> My daughter has a 2004 Focus. She was in a minor accident and rear
> ended a pickup truck at a very low speed. The only damage to her car
> was a slightly dented hood, which is not visible unless you are less
> than 6 inches away. The problem is that the air bag light is on and
> she cannot retract her seat belt. Is there a way to release the locking
> mechanism or is it part of the air bag system?
> Thanks, Richard
>


Try here: http://www.ffoc.co.uk/forum/index.php

This is a focus forum,you have to register,but it is free.
Loads of info about focus's.

John
 
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Whether or not there was an airbag deployment, there is more going on than
just releasing the seat belt; you need to have the airbag system diagnosed
to see what needs repaired. I would recommend a Ford dealership for this;
it is either going to fall under a warranty repair or an insurance claim.




"richardg" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> My daughter has a 2004 Focus. She was in a minor accident and rear
> ended a pickup truck at a very low speed. The only damage to her car
> was a slightly dented hood, which is not visible unless you are less
> than 6 inches away. The problem is that the air bag light is on and
> she cannot retract her seat belt. Is there a way to release the locking
> mechanism or is it part of the air bag system?
> Thanks, Richard
>
 
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