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1999 Subaru Forrester Airbag light is on , cant find a problem with the sensor. Shop cant firgure out why

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Actually this is not only related to sensor but also to other relaying unit and offcourse it is minor electronic fault that can be worked out only at service station..........
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Posted on May 08, 2009

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