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hi, you need to take your vehicle to a manufacturer's service department to have this diagnosed. They will have electronic testing equipment to plug in and check the issue. It is, sorry fr stating the obvious, better to go and see them the next time the light stays on. It is not advisable to ignore such a warning as a faulty air bag can be hazardous
Alternator failing (way to check start car disconnect positive to battery if car dies its alternator) or battery no longer holding charge Check all vehicle filters replace if nessary Throttle position sensors will give a bucking sensation if they go bad and rpm's would erratic or stale at either high or low end of spectrum Bad fuel could cause these symptoms A cold car not properly warmed can also cause the symtems above These things are things to look at why your car doing what its doing
I had the same thing happen to me about a week ago and it was the Electronic Throttle Control. It will stick due to carbon build up. Car was towed to the Dodge garage and ETC replace and carbon cleaned out. Cost me $658.00. Yep that's a hefty price to pay but so far no other problems.