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Air bag I have a 2003 Hyundai Sonata, the air bag light is on, do you know where I can get a diagram or know how can I solve the problem?

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The unconditional illumination of the Airbag Warning Light is mainly a result of movement or displacement of the Side Impact Wiring Harness and/or Side Impact Wiring Harness Connector which connects to the Adjustable Seat Cushion Assembly. It is very risky to drive a car with the light illuminated because this light is practically not a alert or System Failure but it tells the user that driving the car is dangerous as if a crash situation happens, the air bags will not come up and adding to the user's insecurity level in the car. Take it to a mechanic or a Authorized Dealer to get the Connector and Harness Assembly checked so that no loose connection is there.

Thank you Sir, Have a nice day.

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There are no campaigns/recalls for the SRS (Supplemental Restraint System - Air Bag). However, there is a Service Bulleting regarding the wiring harness under the seats:
DESCRIPTION: Motion of the side impact air bag wiring harness and connector may result in illumination of the air bag warning light and one or both diagnostic codes listed below:
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  • Production date range: - Produced through July 23, 2001
  • VIN range: - Produced through KMHWF35H82A526636
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