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2003 TT Air Bag & Seat Belt warning lights not eluminating

I have recently purchased my first TT & have noticed when swithing ignition on that my Air Bag & Seat Belt warning lights do not eluminate. All other lights & instrements work fine. Im hoping this may just be a case of replacing bulbs how easy is this task ? Also after a drive when engine turned off I can hear what sounds like an auxilery fan running I know this is normal. But the same noise is heard when egnition is switched on before starting a cold engine is this normal ? any advice greatfully recieved. Overall car is fantastic just need to understand it more.

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It is fairly complicated to remove the instrument panel to replace the light bulb. It requires you to remove the steering wheel and airbag module and several other components.

The sound you hear may be the coolant pump for the turbo.

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