It should only be dealt with not just certified mechanic but electronics expert at volkswagen itself. in this case i want to say, it needs Light Procedure reset! or priority reset. Mainly it is a code error in the jetta!
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not a fuse ,its a fault and for this you will need to take it to a garage to have the software read and reset ,most likely cause is the wiring connections under the front seats ,disconnect battery then unplug these connections and clean and rub with a soft black lead pencil and see what happens ?? it may go off
SRS (airbag) light needs to be reset by dealer or a really good specialty shop. It's a safety issue. Keep in mind if light comes back on you DO have a problem with your SRS and it needs to be addressed.
please read the owners manual for this i had a toyota camry that said air bag has a life of 11 years after that it needs periodic maintinence from the dealer it had to be reset by a dealer diagnostic tool call the dealer and ask hope this helps
no it wont. in order for the air bag light to go off you must get a VW air bag resetter. they sell for about 45 bucks. it will reset the light and crash data. since your airbag light is on the airbags are locked up. once reset they will work again. anymore questions give me an email... email@example.com
You need to either have the dealer reset it or you can do it if you have VAG-COM. Vag-Com is a piece of diagnostic software that uses a special cable to hook up to your car. You can read/clear codes among a ton of other things. It's very common for VW guys to have. Much easier than going to the dealer if you can find someone close to you. The guys over at www.tdiclub.com are always more than willing to help out a fellow VWer. There is a list of guys with the software - you can actually do a search to see if there's anyone near you. www.vagcomlocator.com or go to www.tdiclub.com
if the air bag stays on that means you have a problem with the air bag system, and you need to have it diagnose, but if you just bought the sedona from a used car dealer they have to fix it, it is part of the safety inspection requred by law