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If your 02 Avalanche had an airbag blast last year, I would run it back to the dealer and see, if there is any way possible, whether it is one of the potentially faulty airbags made by Takata. General Motors installed some Takata airbags in some of their vehicles and since this goes back as far as 10 or more years ago, it is possible that you may have had one of the early versions of the airbag installed originally. If that is the case and since the airbag is not supposed to blow up by itself, I would suspect that any issues that arose from the blast should also be covered by the warranty work. It is not unreasonable to ask the factory to replace the parts destroyed by a device that is supposed to stay put until the bumper is hit with sufficient force to cause it to deploy.
For more information about the Takata airbag recall, please see: Feds Tell Honda to Expand Recall Disclose Information
Posted on Dec 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2005 dodge durango
When the light is on all the time there is a problem in the air bag system. This is something you will want to take to a service center soon, as long as the light is on the air bags will not deploy in an accident.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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