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2004 Suzuki xl7 airbag light wont go out and the clock

For about 2 months now my airbag light is staying on and at the same time the clock started to blink and now we cannot set any time. Then just today the abs brake light came on and I messed witht he caps to make sure that everything was okay and when I started it again it went off. I would really appreciate any help that anyone can give.

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  • holavegur15 Feb 03, 2009

    I have the same proplem and I live in Iceland and nobody here can help me.

    So if aynone has ayn idea what the proplem is... Thanke you

  • Anonymous Feb 26, 2009

    I have the sme problem. The dealer told me it was the whole sensor system under the passenger seat at it would have to be replased for about $1,000.00. I am so MAD right now I just paid it off.

  • zcm0 Mar 02, 2009

    Airbag light on, while passenger side airbag indicator off, clock keep flashing and can not be set.

  • xl7_driver Mar 07, 2009

    I was Recently in a wreck and was not wearing my seat belts the dealership told me that was how the insurance company knows if you were wearing your seat belts because the air bags wont deploy

  • MamaJuls Apr 01, 2009

    My air bag light is on and the clock is blinking on my 2004 Suzuki XL7. Since it happened one week after I purchased it (March, 2009), I had it diagnosed (thinking the extended warranty I bought would cover it). The air bag sensor under the passenger seat is faulty and the clock blinks as an extra warning mechanism in case you can't see the big bright red light on the dash AIR BAG. I looked and there have been no recalls on this and the service dept just called me to tell me that my 2-yr extended warranty does not cover airbags - nice. The service manager also told me the airbag won't just randomly deploy, but that it may not go off in case of a collision.

  • wpalko6 Apr 13, 2009

    I have the same problem.  I have a 2004 Suzuki XL7.  The airbag light is on and the clock flashes.  Has anybody has this problem repaired?  If so, what did they do and how much did it cost?  The dealership tells me that it is $80 just to look at it.

  • ramirinca May 06, 2009

    i have the same problem but the dealership told me it was the passenger air bag but then i replace it and it did not work so they dont even know what the problem is

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Someone or something heavy was on the Passenger seat. The wire harness under that seat has become loose or disconnected. Completely unplug and clean treminals and reconnect. SOLVED

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  • curlycarla Apr 21, 2011

    I unplugged the wiring harness and cleaned the terminals---this still didn't do the trick.

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I have the same problem with the airbag light staying on and the clock flashing

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Most of the time when the air bag light stays on it means there is a problem in the system and the air bag will not deploy in an accident. I would leave any repair to a professional. If you live up north snow and ice deposits on the inside of the wheels can cause the ABS light to come on sometimes. If it comes on and stays on it means the computer senses a problem and has shut the system off until it is repaired. sorry, I have no idea about the clock.

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