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My toyota camry 1996 problem

Changed d air bags after a crash,but the air bag ligth wont go off,futhermore engine check light always on

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  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    After a crash, you also need to change the two crash sensors on the front radiator support, and possibly the center air bag sensor under the console. Replace the crash sensors in the front of the car first, and then see if the airbag light goes out.



    I will need the DTCs from a scan of the computer to help you with the check engine light.

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Getting the codes would certainly help. If the light is on, and no codes stored... Then it is definately the airbag ecu under the dash in front of the console. Very common

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