passgenger airbag light says 'off'. it said 'on' yesterday. should i worry?

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Asked by Jul 18, 2007 at 02:28 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Camry 2007 LE 2.4 2 days old.  The light indicator for passenger airbag said on when I drove off the lot.  One day later it says off.  Is this something I can do or take back to dealership?

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Hi Lenny, not sure if the question has been answered for you already but I am assuming that the airbag on light was on b/c possibly the salesman or a family member was sitting on the passenger seat the day you picked it up. There is a sensor in the seat that detects if there is over a certain weight (i think 70pds) so that it can engage the airbag. The reason for that is to protect smaller children (who can be hurt by an airbag) so it doesn't engage when they are sitting there. So no, don't worry, everything is fine. It will come on and off as passengers enter your car.

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My seat belt light fashes and my air bag lifgr says air bag off whether the seat is occupied or not. Ant ideas what the cause is? Jimcooke7@aol.com

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Hey jimcooke7 did you ever figure out what caused that problem and the solution. I'm having the same problem

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