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Old 12-27-2010, 02:39 AM
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Default Airbag Fault??

Well the other day i took out my gauge cluster to try to fix the multi function indicator screen. and before i took it out there was no airbag fault. After i put it back in it started saying airbag fault. Do you think there is really an airbag fault or do u think i can take it to autozone and get it cleared? if you can do that? or should i take it out and replug everything back in and hope it goes away. I would appreciate feedback cause i dont feel as comfortable knowing my airbags arent working... lol
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they work.
crash it into a pole.. youll see hahaha

my light has been on since i got the car and ripped out the stock head unit. its common light. vagcom can clear the light. dont think autozone can.
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They work just fine, and the light can only be cleared by a vagcom.

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