Turn air bag off/on

Asked by May 15, 2014 at 11:29 PM about the 2008 Toyota Camry Hybrid

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The front passage air bag light shows off.  How do you turn it back on?

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Front passenger airbags are generally activated by the passenger weight. If a person (or other item) is placed in the passenger seat that weighs greater than 50 lbs, the passengers side air bag will activate. ones the vehicle is started. With passengers (or stuff) which weighs less than 50 lbs the passenger airbag will automatically deactivate in most vehicles. Read you owners manual. If you don't have on, most manufacturers offer a replacement PDF version on their web site.

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Thanks! I had a man roughly my weight in the front seat today & it still said ( pass, air bag off) I weigh around 200lbs & so did this man. Should we add a couple of kids on top of him?!?! Ugh!

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No weight is way over than 50 lbs and it still shows off I need an answer to remedy this

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I have the same issue but now my maintenance required light is on my 2004 camry dunno what to do....

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