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Air Bag Dash warning Light

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I have a new(to me-just purchased 5 days ago) , 2000 Porsche Baxter S, with only 32,425 miles on it. Carfax clean of everything pertaining to this vehicle.

2-Days ago, the light came on when starting the engine and stays on until I shut the engine down and turn off the ignition.

How can I correct the problem without an expensive to the doctor and time I will lose, pacing the waiting room?


Jim C.


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Only someone with a PST2 can turn off an air bag light, and then it will probably come on again unless the fault is corrected.

The air bag warning light is a common issue on older cars and Porsche has come up with a number of fixes over the years. My 1997 has had 2 fixes, and no light after the second fix done a few years ago.

Check with your dealer and see what their policy is on this known issue and if there has been prior fixes. Up until last July my local dealer would do the latest fix for free if a car was out of warranty, but now it is a case by case.

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