If you’re a 2006 Hyundai Sonata owner, you might be asking questions: the airbag light is on, and I need to know how to reset it? How much does it cost to repair it?
You can reset the airbag light by turning the ignition key to the ON position and then back to the OFF position. For the details, let’s check this out!
2006 Hyundai Sonata airbag light reset
2006 Hyundai Sonata airbag light but no codes? Today, I noticed that my 2006 Hyundai Sonata has an airbag light on, but it doesn’t seem like it’s coming on with any regulations on the system. It goes out completely after the car is shut off and starts on again when I turn it back on.
If your car is giving you interior lighting or seatbelt reminder, unplug it, and after then, the car will show the system faults. If there are no system faults, it’s likely to be a bad part.
Diagnosing any airbag fault by guessing has 1/300 chances of success. You’re much better off believing the guy with the.
Ours came on shortly after coming out of the body shop (minor front end damage, parking lot crash), took her in, and was told it.
Yep, gots to have the proper equipment to communicate with SRSCM, the tech must be trained in the safety procedures for system repair.
Pay the man, and you do not have the software and ability to recover the codes. Until you know what circuit(s) the fault lays in, you just are guessing some really expensive parts that can hurt you if you do not know how to handle them. Buckles run something like $190 ea; seat belt retractors are $300, I think.
2003 Hyundai 325i airbag warning light
I have a 2003 Hyundai 325i. The AC blower stopped working, so I replaced the blower resistor this weekend. Well, the blower now works, but I have the airbag warning light. When I start the engine, it blinks once (when the warning lamp testing period ends), but the warning light stays on continuously.
Under the dash, replace the resistor. Check all your fuses.
The SRS system is rather sensitive to voltage swings. SRS faults common problem only when the module detects a fault in the system somewhere.
I did the first test associated with code 05 troubleshooting from the above link. I tested resistance between the pair of wires that go from the passenger airbag back to the airbag control module. The opposition was within spec.
I disconnected the passenger-side airbag to fix the original problem. The connector has been removed from that part. It was mounted to the dashboard while I worked on that side.
It sounds to me like it was low-voltage related. Anything under 12v suggests a battery fully discharged.
I need a schematic of the Cruise Control and where it connects. The dash light does not turn on when the CC Set button is pressed, and I cannot initiate control. It’s not too old, and I think it will need replacing soon.
Well, if it is not the snap, then you might be able to get a set of drawings out of it that would give you some clues about whether or not someone used this machine before. From what I know about the previous owner, I also think that he never used this machine.
I saw someone fix the driver-side power steering by removing the center of the steering wheel and resetting the connector, arranging a few wires, adding some insulation to them. I don’t see why this wouldn’t work well.
The problem was the contact between the airbag housing and the steering wheel. To fix this, we installed a ground wire with much better conductivity than those used in older parts.
2001 Hyundai Sonata airbag light problem
Keep them running as long as you can, a lot cheaper that way. 01 sonata airbag light after new radio I installed a new aftermarket radio in my 2001 sonata.
If you look up the procedure, it says to unhook the battery of the alternator wire and take it out.
Motor shows 1.9, Chilton 1.4. Both those include pulley removal, which would make Mitchell at 1.6.
Hyundai and Kia service information is very lacking. There are 2 tips in ProDemand that allude to some of the tips mentioned above and shortcuts.
I don’t know why there is a pattern of air leaking – it’s always random. Sometimes the tire can be aired up overnight, though.
Airbag warning light on
The Genesis has a bit of the vibration everyone has talked about, but it seems limited to certain roads. Other than that, I’ve been enjoying the car.
The airbag light came on but was off the next time I drove the car. The dealer said it was a “soft set” connection under the passenger seat. So last week, it came back on and stayed on for the entire week. Now I’m getting a loaner, and they’re going to have to take the seats out.
I posted below what the manual states if this condition happens. The Pre-tensioner that they are talking about is for the seat belts.
The diagnostic codes they are seeing don’t mention that at all. So the dealership has no idea what’s causing it, and they talked to tech support in California. They also had no idea.
Hyundai was hinting at that during the Genesis launch. Maybe it will be like the “hinting” Android Auto was coming soon.
Repair cost for airbag light problem
To not stray from the thread topic, I had the same airbag light issue on our 2012 Azera. I am a new 2016 owner (3.8 AWD) as of February 27th. The same thing happened to me -the airbag light continuously lit.
Look into your state’s lemon law and see what it says about what needs to be done to declare a lemon.
If they had put you into a decent rental car for the duration of the repair, I would not complain. A Cruze (~$16,000 retail) vs. your Genesis (at $47,000) is not an adequate replacement.
I would ask for Hyundai to cover your payment/lease (if you have any) for the duration of the time they held on to your car. It’s probably hard to get compensated for multiple trips to the dealership.
I had a friend with a lemon 7 series BMW – multiple repair attempts, numerous trips to the dealership, attitude from the service people -not a good experience. When he got fed up with the knowledge, he dropped the words lawyer, lemon law, had a brief conversation with his sales guy, and suddenly things got done.