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Check light on airbag light on low brake performance, pad just replaced 2 weeks ago What can be the problem, please? Venu

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To determine the reason for the check engine light, bring your vehicle to a local autozone to have it scanned for this (its free). air bag light indicates air bag system malf, possible faulty impact sensors. As for the brakes, I recommend bringing back to the shop where they performed the repair. They need to re-bleed the system!!

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