Question about 2006 Toyota Corolla
It could be that the rear collision sensors (or any of the other ones were damaged in the collision). They work as a system so if one is down, it may effect the others. The dealer can diagnose and reset if there isn't any damaged sensors. Before you take it to them, try to determine if the wiring harness under the seats might be unplugged or corroded. It's not uncommon after a collision.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it is like a Chrysler, you will need to go to the dealer and have them redo the OCS. This has to do with the passenger airbag system and how much force it will send the air bag with.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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