I had the same issue and I got it fixed under the warranty and mine was also the sensor too, front right. They told me it could deploy at any time, I didn't want to wait and see if that was true.
As for the rear turn signal these are really hard to replace and trust me we tried, my dad, brother, my friend and the guy at the auto parts shop all tried! So I took the blub with me when I got my oil changed at my local place and they did it for $5, VW wanted $20 to change it and only using their blub - another $10!!
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The airbag removal tool is used to remove the driver's side airbag from the steering wheel on 1999-2004 VW Passat, Jetta, Golf, and Beetle where Torx head screws are no longer used. Best left to a pro. Disconnect battery before attempting any airbag repairs! have a good day !!
There could be many reasons, the most common is a bad seatbelt buckle but the way to find out why is to have the airbag computer scanned, when scanning there are codes stored, this codes tell you the reason why, and what is not operating right,you would need a shop with a scan tool to diagnose, also when the airbag system sees something not working right it shuts down the system so no false airbags are deployed,so as long as the light is on you have no airbags that work, hope this is helpful.
Malfunction indicator light it is the symbol of your engine with a line of suffering and the word "CHECK" -- this could be something minor like needing a spark plug to be replaced (common problem) or to something more serious like engine electrical work needed. a flashing engine light is the more serious so you are not to worry.
keep this handy:
Your airbag light blinking is telling you that something is wrong within the airbag system. The blinking is giving a code, it will blink x amount of times, then pause and again blink x amount of times. Example it blinks 3 times, then a pause, and then blinks 2 times, means the code is 32.
After you get the code you can find out what the problem is, and what exactly needs to be repaired. If you're not experienced with airbag systems, it is best to have it serviced by a professional.
I hope this helps you, and I wish you luck on your repair.
we were just at the ball field today and guy was having the same problem another father at the ball field was a mechanic. and he was telling us to see if it blinks it will blink a code. but ya have to be careful working on any of the conections you dont want to set off the airbags.Not alot of help but maybe point ya in a direction.