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Old 06-22-2019, 02:27 PM
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Passenger airbag warning

Passenger airbag warning has returned. The dealer had back ordered a replacement buckle. Hopefully that'll fix this once it arrives.
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Old 07-12-2019, 04:21 PM
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The part finally came in and got it replaced today. It took 2.5 hours (seemed long to me) but at least the warning light is off. Hoping this "sticks".
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The part finally came in and got it replaced today. It took 2.5 hours (seemed long to me) but at least the warning light is off. Hoping this "sticks".
Was it the error of “passenger airbag malfunction. Service required”

i just got my car back from dealer and as soon as I picked it up, I had that warning.

faulty seat Buckle? That’s odd.
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Old 07-13-2019, 10:24 AM
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Yeah. The first time it appeared, it was while driving. Someone was sitting in the passenger seat but nothing unusual was going on. From then on, the warning would appear every time I started the car (I was hoping it might magically go away). I took it in and they said the front passenger buckle may be bad. They "exercised the pins" and the error went away. They still ordered the part since they thought it could be bad. They were apparently right since the error came back after a week or so (this time when no one was in the passenger seat). It took a little over a month for the part to arrive.
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Yeah. The first time it appeared, it was while driving. Someone was sitting in the passenger seat but nothing unusual was going on. From then on, the warning would appear every time I started the car (I was hoping it might magically go away). I took it in and they said the front passenger buckle may be bad. They "exercised the pins" and the error went away. They still ordered the part since they thought it could be bad. They were apparently right since the error came back after a week or so (this time when no one was in the passenger seat). It took a little over a month for the part to arrive.
Mine was perfectly fine until I got my car back from the service of sunroof exploded and what ever else that persisted.

What made me mad is it was like that as soon as I picked the car up and they blantantly ignored it.

The car car has been in the shop almost as long as I’ve had it. If I go in for 2 other issues. I’m doing a lemon law. I don’t care how small the issues are, a $45000 small car should not have the build quality of a 10,000 one. The QC of this vehicle is substandard. Like the squeaky door panel. Just touch the same thing and it howled at you. Least they resolved it
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