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What you need to do is get a scanner and pull the code(s). They will help you to know where you need to investigate next...REMEMBER the code is a clue NOT necessarily the issue. For example, a lean condition can manifest as a missfire, and you can get oxygen sensor limit errors...and these items are registering correctly (meaning replacement does nothing). Pull the codes and go from there.
might be water inside the car leaked in slowly from the soft top in heavy rain, does the car smell slighly inside when all windows are closed? take the seats out and remove the water under the carpets, then leave everything to dry by slightly opening the windows for moisture to escape, try parking the car in the sun..........
There must be a problem with the air bag system for the light to be on, if the system was o.k. the light would be off and have a stored code. You cannot reset this light with a generic obd2 scanner. You need to access the air bag system and read what codes it has stored. Good Luck.