Describe your problem in detail. I replaced the front seats from a wreaking yard and now have the airbag error light

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First you need to check if you did not damage something when you were changing those seats yourself.

 

Somethings are better left to professionals, but if it was a simple task and you do not spot any damage, you will need to check a car scanner that can reset the airbag. It's not that expensive if you buy it yourself but I think the local mechanic might have one that you can use.

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