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Q: How do I repair or replace the airbags?

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How do I repair or replace the airbags?

A: Your vehicle’s airbags are designed to be u...

Your vehicle’s airbags are designed to be used once. You cannot repair, reset, or replace the airbags yourself, so following airbag deployment you should take your vehicle to a dealer or mechanic to have the deployed airbags replaced. Tips Following airbag deployment, the supplemental airbag Warning Light will illuminate to remind you to have the airbags replaced or repaired.

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