I have a 2004 toyota camry. How do i put off the airbag indicator that is always up on my dashboard?

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Asked by Sep 27, 2013 at 11:53 AM about the 2004 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The airbag indicator sign is always on when the ignition is put on.

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A fault has been detected in the Air Bag System, it needs a professional trained in Air Bags, They are not a DIY or anything to fool around with. The system runs a self diagnostic everytime you start the car and if all is not right the warning will remain lit

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Wait, your wording..if it goes out in a few seconds it's OK. It lights while doing the self diagnostic, that is normal. But if it stays on, get it to a shop, usually don't recommend Dealers but sometimes they are the only place with technicians properly trained

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The light stays on wen the engine is on... I will take your advice and visit a shop for checks... Thanks

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Needs to be fixed could deploy bag danger Please stop at body shop Maybe just reset computer but maybe sensor needs to be checked Big problem needs to be looked at.soonest.

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