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I took apart the inside of my 99 C2 for a complete interior shampoo, leather dye,

new center console, and accessories. The car was apart for 4 days. I drained the battery due to the hood and interior lights being on with the radio on all those days. I took the battery out for a charge and reset the radio code. The car has a brand new fresh feeling inside, but here is the problem:

The air bag light goes off with the others during start up but it comes back on quick after and stays on all the time.

Under the passenger seat there is a small two-wire plug that I think it was not connected, I think is for the child seat air bag off, correct me if I am wrong.

The big plugs under each seat are attached correctly. How do I turn this light off is driving me crazy.

Help Please!!

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All the plugs that are under the seat should likely be connected. As I recall you plug the two wire connector into the childseat - all others should be plugged in. Either way you will need to get a dealer to turn the airbag light off with a PST2.

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If you removed the seats, which requires disconnecting the wiring harness under the seat, and the key was in the ignition (you mentioned you were playing the radio), the airbag light was triggered. As Loren mentioned, you will have to have a dealer turn it off.


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