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Airbag Light

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I had the same problem with mine a couple of months ago. I unhooked the battery and took the seats out of the car and cleaned up all the connections really well with CRC Contact Cleaner. Once the contact cleaner had time to dry I took the plugs and unplugged them and plugged them back in a few times and it took care of the problem. Once I connected the battery again, I used my durametric tool to reset the light. If the light comes back on, you might want to try the entire process again. I know it took me 3 or 4 times of trying to finally get the light to stay out.


Worth noting that the airbag light will not go out simply by disconnecting and reconnecting the battery. You must have some kind of scan tool capable of resetting the airbag light in this car. 


Here is a link to the CRC Cleaner I used:



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