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you should really have the car plugged into a diagnostic unit to find the cause of the light staying on.
if you remove the steering wheel carefully following the directions in the workshop manual, you will find a "cassette" with a conductive ribbon inside, to carry electrical signals from the steering wheel to the column. this ribbon often breaks on the vauxhalls and will result in the airbag light staying on. 9 out of 10 airbag faults on vauxhalls are cured by replacing this cassette. the light would then reset itself.
always remember that airbags are EXPLOSIVE devices and should not be handled without taking the safety precautions listed in the service manual. if you are not sure, get a competent mechanic to do the job
Open the storage compartment below steering wheel and slightly to the right, pull compartment all the way down and remove it. Look into the space where it was and you will see 4 screw heads, turn each screw a 1/4 turn anti-clockwise and the housing will come away from the dash. Look in and uup and you will find fuse box