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Airbag light staying on

Passenger seat belt has to be in buckle (even if person is not in seat) for the airbag light to turn off while I'm driving. Car has never been in accident. Light won't clear with other methods found on YouTube

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Look under seat make sensor for the seat did not come unplugged.

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