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Plymouth Voyager 1999 - air bag light stays on



Is the only solution to take it to a dealer?

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  • jeanette93 Oct 20, 2008

    I have the same problem and have looked at the recall. If I've read it right, it only covers vehicles with 70,000 miles or less. Vehicles with higher mileage do not get it fixed for free. Did I read it right?

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2009

    airbag light stays on all the time and the horn does not work

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It is a recall problem. You can get it fixed for free at the dealer. You don't want to fiddle with it... airbag might go off while going down the road!

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