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Usually bad connections under the seats ... need a diagnostic code to help more
Posted on Nov 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
is this van new for you ? is it a status light letting you know that the airbag is loaded and ready for anypassenger that you have in your van ? do you have a key that you can turn it off in most vans there is an option to turn air bag on or off depending on size or opinion of passenger . im thinking that if its a status light its okay to be on letting you know its ready for opperation . take a look at your owners manual airbag section . and if it does turn out to be a warning malfunction indicator please dont waste time take it to your local dealer and have it checked out .hope this information helps good luck
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
SOURCE: air bag light
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
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
SOURCE: air bag light blinking
get this checked out asap. This indicates the air bag system has a problem, and may not deploy in the event of an accident. Did you just purchase the car w/ this problem, or have u had it a while? I ask, because if u purchased it w/ the blinking light, it could indicate the car was in an accident, the air bag deployed, and it wasn't replaced when repairs were made. That's the worse case scenario, get it checked, hopefully it's something not that serious. Let me know how u make out Curt
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
There is a wound up ribbon conductor inside the hub of the steering called the clockspring, it has likely gone bad. It's a pretty common problem. Phone the dealer or your repair shop and ask them how much to replace the clockspring, this is probably not something you should do yourself.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
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