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my sedona airbag light has been on for quite some time and the horn did not work ,my husband has fixed the problem now but the light is still on dose anyone know how to re set the light .
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my sedona airbag light has been on for quite some time and the horn did not work ,my husband has fixed the problem now but the light is still on dose anyone know how to re set the light .
thanks
Hi !
Depend on the year of your car, my is a 2000 and I replace (fix)the CRS module located below of airbag on the rudder.
Others models need to use computer on the service shop to clear it.

hope these help

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How do you know he fixed it if the light is still on? You're sure more trusting than my wife is.

I'm surprised that he has enough know how to fix the problem, but not enough to know that all he has to do to get rid of the light is disconnect the battery for 5-10 minutes and leave one of the doors open to discharge the capacitors in the PCM.
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thank you for your help but it did not work . i'm sure it has been fixed as it was a brand new part that was fitted ,my car is a 02 so it might need to be the computer to put the light off
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We just had out 2004 Sedona in to the dealer last week for the same thing and it was a fault belt buckle, something about a sensor in the buckle they had to order the part and should be in sometime this week. You may want to see if you can get the computer read.
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How do you know he fixed it if the light is still on? You're sure more trusting than my wife is.

I'm surprised that he has enough know how to fix the problem, but not enough to know that all he has to do to get rid of the light is disconnect the battery for 5-10 minutes and leave one of the doors open to discharge the capacitors in the PCM.
Not true. This will reset some of the engine codes (OBDII), but won't touch the airbag codes. Special dealer scanner. Some charge $50 or $60, some do it for your good will.

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