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The advice i was given if that is correct and it's is what you think the problem is how much could it cost to fix?

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  • joe obrien Aug 01, 2010

    yes it was!thanks again

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Hi,

There is " NO CHARGE ' to scan your car at autozone. The cost of the Fix depends on the error codes.

You have 3 separate concerns here. First the air bag light, this can be caused by low voltage such as when you replace or jump start the vehicle OR it can be caused by an sir bag system malfunction.

The check engine light can be anything related to the sensors that the computer monitors such as engine/transmission or emission control failures, at the same time when ever the check engine light comes on this automatically disabled the traction control system and sets the trac off light, once the check engine light goes out it will restore TRAC operation.

My recommendation here is to pull the EFI fuse from under the hood for a couple minutes and test drive the vehicle after reinstalling, pulling the fuse clears the codes and once or if the light comes back on then you need to check the codes to determine if there is a problem here.

Cost depends on the error codes.There is no way to determine the cost of repair without the codes and evaluation.

Good Luck!!

Thanks!!

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