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98 Range rover SE air bags light stays lit

I replace the rear air bags on my 98 Range rover SE, with coil suspention now the sensor light for the air bags is on and all the illuminate lighs for where the car is at in the system with the air bags stay lit. How can i make that lite go off on my dash?

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There is is kit that comes together with the coil spring if you buy from landrover dealer, that block out the light. Its a simple socket that you plug into the system.

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