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Airbag light The airbag light stays on all the time. It blinks when I first start it then stays on. I bought this car last Sept. and I think its a dud.

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Takeit to a dealership and have then look at the airbag system. One of 3 items could have gone bad/broken . seat sensor, airbag clock spring, or a wire in the steering column. Oh, if u have a passenger side airbag that is another set of wires and sensors for that one also. Dealership have the scan tools for airbags.

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