Removing Driver Seat is Battery Disconnect Necessary?

Discussion in '2005+ Mustang GT 4.6L Tech' started by Miker, Jan 22, 2023 at 6:05 PM.

  1. Miker

    Miker Junior Member

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    I have a 2005 Roush. I have to pull my driver seat to take it to the upholstery shop. I read that I need to disconnect the battery or it will cause a problem with the airbag sensor. Is this correct?
     
  2. skwerl

    skwerl tree hugger

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    If the ignition key is off it shouldn't affect it. Lawyers want you to disconnect the battery before doing anything, even changing the light bulb in the glove box.
     
  3. Cum Grano Salis

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    Only thing (just did this) some cars can adjust seat with no ignition. Guess idea is set this before starting or driving? Now no idea with Ford, that’s Buick. But if you have all these things nobody wants, uses or even cares about?
     
  4. WJBertrand

    WJBertrand forum member

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    For my 2013, there is a very specific procedure in the service manual for depowering and repowering the SRS before removing and after reinstalling the seat. It involves pulling the fuse, verifying the system is off line and then disconnecting the battery.

    Is it overkill? Dunno, but figured I’d rather be safe than sorry.


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  5. Roy D

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    I have pulled both of my seats in my 08 sgt without disconnecting battery. I was just very careful to not turn on the key until seats were re installed and hooked up. I didn’t have any problems with doing it this way.
     
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