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Airbag light is on all of the time. can it be reset and how?

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This is not something to take lightly, if there is a fault, it can/and will blow out at any given point, such as a bump in the road, or a slammed door. and no im sorry there is no reset for this other than replacing a faulty airbag unit. I dont recomend trying to handle this yourself some vehicles have a key switch for the passenger air bag, if yours has this turn it off, then have it checked out.

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