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I disconnected the wires under seat to remove seat when replacing air blower , now my airbag light is on , how do I reset it

Also removed driver seat to clean under it , two days later airbag light on

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It should reset automatically if the plugs were reconnected properly
When I took the seats out on mine and put them back in the airbag fault light came on because the steering wheel airbag went faulty
So one of the other airbags or seatbelt tensioners is showing a fault only way to find out which is to get the fault codes read to find what it is that's unhappy




So it could be one of the other bags has had ahissy fit so get the fault codes read to find which one is faulty or poorly connected

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