[200q20v] Airbag light

C1J1Miller at aol.com C1J1Miller at aol.com
Tue Feb 20 10:12:06 EST 2001

I haven't used Park in years...
First, they'll check to see that the airbag recall has been completed.
Then, they'll probably check the stored codes, if any, from the new control unit.
I've heard that they can adjust the sensitivity of the unit, but also heard from others that they'll just recommend replacing the clock spring (for several hundred $$$).

Hope they can just adjust the monitor unit.
If the light goes out, it should be working (after the 2 minutes... don't get into an accident in the first 2 minutes, I guess).

In a message dated Tue, 20 Feb 2001 10:08:03 AM Eastern Standard Time, Phil Rose <pjrose at frontiernet.net> writes:

<< At 8:34 AM -0500 2/20/01, Sylvester, Mike wrote:
>I dropped off the avant at Park Audi in Lawrence MA for the 2 min airbag
>light problem.  What should I be expecting from this?
>Mike Sylvester
>Chelmsford, MA

With baited breath (and glowing airbag lights)--we await to hear the 
outcome. Be sure to press them to tell you exactly what they found 
amiss--especially if they manage solve the problem in some fairly 
"trivial" way.


Phil Rose
Rochester, NY
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