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check fuse first. as always , forever and ever..........
you need to scan it.
the scan tool will tell you which TPMS sensor is bad.
or take car to an tire store (yes, any) and the walk out with
a hand scanner, pressed to each stim, and BINGO
hey buddy, this ones .like DEAD.
air bags is another issues, it too must be PCM scanned.
In addition to redline's answer, you should drive the car in both highway and city type traffic for that 50-100 miles. The engine needs to be at normal operating temp during the drive and it can be done in stages or all in one trip.
A check engine light means there is a mechanical failure with the vehicle, and should not be ignored. Most part stores will read check engine light codes for you for free, and tell you what they mean. The only way to turn this code off is with a diagnostic tool they use. If you have already fixed the problem find a local parts store in your area that offers free check engine light diagnostics and ask them to read the does and turn the light off for you.
Look back first on any unusual things that went on with the car. If the car is running differently it may just be loose sensors, inspect the cables and the vacuum hoses. Check for leaks or parts that may have come off.
In most cases it could be several issues and you need the codes to accurately identify the problem. Some shops would let you borrow their scanner to get the error codes if there are no Suzuki dealers in your area.