Had an airbag connector break on ford Fiesta 2014 piece of crap no repair kit available????

Asked by Jul 08, 2017 at 12:40 AM about the 2014 Ford Fiesta

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Airbag

5 Answers

845

Which connector? If it's the one on the bag then you need a airbag,

It is the plastic end of the wire that broke.the piece that clicks in the airbag and i have a new airbag.

It is the small airbag on the drivers side by the knees not in the steering wheel.

845

U should be able to order the pig tail at the dealer

Well, I hate to admit it but I work at a dealership and our parts guys (idiots)Can only find a complete wiring harness which costs an arm and a leg but still new to the trade as an auto body tech but what I really would like to know if its safe and or legal to solder on an airbag wire? Again thanks for your time.

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