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Airbag light stays on

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    I have the same problem. i am being told that there is a wire connector underneath the passenger seat that will cause the light to trip. I have not been able to reset it yet

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If it is a side air bag code, unbolt and tilt the seat up. there is a yellow connector on a black base, remove from base and tape the connector diagnolly and then all around the connector. then, re-install connector to the black base (it can get tight with the tape) and re-attach the seat. then, remove both battery terminal clamps and leave off for some time, helps to put your foot on the brake to discharge any voltage left in the system. re-attach the cables to the battery and turn key on, code should have been erased with battery disconnected and light should stay off.

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See TSB 10006484 service notice for the air bag light.

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