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Old 01-15-2014, 12:23 AM   #1
Join Date: Oct 2013
Vehicle: 2003 Mustang GT
Location: Tennessee
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Question 04 GT Rebuild

In the process of rebuilding a 2004 GT.
I also have a totaled out 2003 GT (Rear QP damage)

Air bags deployed in both cars. I need help locating the crash sensors on the cars so I can replace them so when I install new air bags they don't re-deploy!

Yes, I'm also replacing the Aig bag module in the 04. The 03 is pretty much just a parts car for things here and there that are still good. Buying all crash sensors and SRS bags etc from Ford Directly. Can't seem to find em.

I know I've been told there's 1-2 on the core support, but what about the rest of them???
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