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Old 21-11-15, 09:52 AM   #1
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Default 407 SX - starting problems with airbag warning coming on

I tried to start my car this morning and all I got was a clicking noise it wasnt ticking over just making a ticking noise. My lights are going on and radio so I dont think it could be the battery .The warning light that shows is the airbag and the car does only lock intermittendly? Could it be a fuse or electrical fault or is the starter motor broke ?
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It's probably your battery, need to get battery and alternator tested.
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all 3 of my 407's did this when they needed a new battery, get yours tested/replaced
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i agree its the battery but you could check battery connections and earths
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Default not starting and airbag warning on

thanks for all the advice pointing at the battery. I am not 100% convinced though, there were only a couple of hours between starting well and not starting at all. The battery is strong enough though to perform all the other functions. Nobody mentioned a possible electronic fault, a link between the airbag warning and the starting problem. - I am towing it to the garage tomorrow morning.
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The batteries fail with no warning and on mine when it did fail the only thing it wouldn't do is start.
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