Hyundai Sonata owners have reported 518 problems related to air bag light on (under the air bag category).
The contact owns a 2012 Hyundai Sonata. While driving 45 mph, the vehicle decelerated and the air bag and esc warning indicators illuminated. The local dealer was not contacted. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 91,580.
See all problems of the 2012 Hyundai Sonata.
I have an issue with the air bag light being on and a coworker had the same issue with hers. With the light being on it prevents me from getting an inspection sticker in my state. This has been an ongoing issue for the last several years and there has been recalls on newer Sonatas. Please look into this.
See all problems of the 2004 Hyundai Sonata.
The air bag light stays on all the time and the passenger seat belt light blinks whether someone is in the passenger seat or not. My mechanic told me the air bag sensor in the passenger seat no longer works, but he couldn't tell me if the air bag would deploy in an accident. I've read on the internet there was a recall on the passenger seat air bag sensor but when I called Hyundai corporate they couldn't find a recall. I think the recall was closed but it needs to be reopened again because this is very dangerous and the air bag sensor by itself costs almost $1,100 not including labor. A lot of people can't afford that and therefore will not get it fixed. Which means Hyundai is going to eventually get sued because of this problem. How many people are going to get seriously hurt or killed before Hyundai does something about this? I've read over and over on the internet that this is a real problem for people with Hyundai's. It's always the passenger air bag sensor that malfunctions. Thank you for anything you can do to get the Hyundai passenger air bag recalled.
See all problems of the 2007 Hyundai Sonata.
Airbag indicator light is lit up on dashboard indicating a fault with the air bag.
See all problems of the 2011 Hyundai Sonata.
Air bag light came on while driving on a highway and is not going off. Worried about air bag safety.
Air bag light comes on without car being in any type of accident. Dealer wants to replace the entire control module. When researching this online, a tremendous amount of Hyundai owners are having the same issue.
First the airbag light came on while driving the vehicle. The next day while at work during my lunch break wanted to leve the facility to purchase lunch and was unable to. The car wouldnt start. It said on dashboard eps. Tried cranking several times afterwards and still nothing.
Airbag light is on and won't go off.
My air bag light will not turn off.
The airbag light turns on and will not go off.
Air bag light on dash stayed lit all the time. Took to mechanic who said code showed passenger side sensor is faulty which means the whole seat has to be replaced in order for entire air bag system to work. Said codes showed prior similar occurances. Hyundai needs to reimburse for replacement and issue recall -lots of similar accounts online.
See all problems of the 2006 Hyundai Sonata.
2011 Sonata, car burns oil to black immediately. Took car in on warranty service for front knocking noise that appeared to generate from steering wheel. Replaced left transaxle, still noise took it back they replaced right transaxle. The issues with electrical still exist they've replaced the left side buttons on steering wheel even though I complained none worked correctly. Now cruise control is nonexistent. The airbag light came on at 73000 miles. Seat doesn't go all the way down. There is a definitive rattle originating from the engine and at times the rear end seems to have drag and shake. They inspected car for recall and of course they said my vehicle is unaffected but who knows how thorough their inspection actually is. I mean they represent Hyundai so why would they want to say it was bad prior to any breakdown. Right. I feel like this severe of an issue should have an independent inspection.
While the car was parked in the driveway of my home, I turned the vehicle on and the airbags lights came on the dash. I drove it work and hoping the airbag lights will turn off and it did not. I took the problem to the Hyundai dealership for evaluation. A little history, my airbag lights came on back in 2012, case #10352554, the vehicle had a recall for it. The dealership sent the front right passenger seat to California for repairs. The problem was fixed. Now jump forward 2017, my airbags light came on again and the dealership advised me the problem is not related to the recall back in 2012. The dealership advised me the problem now had to do with the front passenger seat pressure sensor (cushion) for the airbags. According to the dealership they would have to replace the whole front passenger seat to fix the problem in order for my front passenger seat airbag to deploy properly during an accident. I feel that this is a defect with this Hyundai vehicle and a secondary problem related to the airbag recall. I feel the problem should be investigated further to prevent any injury or death.
See all problems of the 2008 Hyundai Sonata.
Have a 2011and the air bag light stays on wont go offi.
The airbag light on the dashboard stays on and the passenger continuously blinks. I happened to click/engage the seat belt (with no one in the seat) and the passenger light goes off but the airbag light on dashboard stays on. I do not know the exact date this started happening because my daughter drives it and she's going to colorado college in colorado springs. But today's date is 6/5/2017.
Driver side air bag light is on. I take it to the dealer (lhm Hyundai in spokane valley, wa), they fix it and it keeps turning back on. This happened again when I adjusted the seat. The car was parked when I moved the seat back to remove and clean the mat, and then moved it back in the forward normal position. When I turned on the ignition the light turned on and is still on continuously. When I called to make an appointment, I was told that it may not be the recall issue and that I may have to pay for a diagostic on it. Isn't this still part of the recall with the seat sensor? this has been happening on and off for several years.
The air bag dashboard warning indicator has become illuminated and will not turn off. The vehicle was in motion on city streets when became illuminated. The Sonata is a 2012 with 37,000 and has not been in a crash to activate the air bags. Hyundai wants to charge me $150 for a diagnostic plus repair costs.
Airbag light turned on, and passenger dashboard cracked.
Airbag light is on in the car. Hyundai dealership identified it as a free recall and that the seat would need to be shipped out to California to be repaired to correct OCS. The seat was unable to be shipped out due to the lack of loaner vehicle. Sometime later checked back with dealership about getting recall completed. Now there is no active recall on the passenger seat OCS, and dealer did not record the diagnosis on the vehicle airbag system. Dealer wants to charge another $130 to read codes for work already completed. The approx. Original mileage was 64000 when dealer originally diagnosed.
Airbag light is on, vehicle was under normal use conditions.
Air bag light remains on, the car was not involved in an accident prior to the light coming on. I was on an online Hyundai forum and this seems to be a problem for many owners. I contacted Hyundai case#10275049 about recall 08v161000. Hyundai says my car is not involved in that or any other airbag recall.
Airbag indicator light stays on leaving the system inoperable. Safety hazard.
Airbag light on all the time.
The contact owns a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. The contact stated that the air bag warning indicator illuminated when the vehicle was started. The vehicle was taken to the dealer, but was not diagnosed due to the service charge fee. The manufacturer stated that the vehicle may be included in a recall for the air bags (perhaps pertaining to the clockspring). If so, the manufacturer advised the contact to call them and they would send someone to the dealer. Case number: 10207834 was provided. The NHTSA campaign number was not provided. The failure mileage was 59,900.
I have an airbag light on the in the instrument cluster panel. Scan tool read the code: b1448 which is "NHTSA campaign number: 08v161000". Patriot GMC Hyundai dealer in bartlesville, ok and Hyundai technical support refuse to recognize this as an recall. The car has 116300 miles on it.
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|Air Bag Light On problems||
|Air Bag Not Deploy problems||
|Air Bag problems||
|Warning Light On problems||
|Front Air Bag Sensor Control problems||
|Side/window Air Bag problems||
|Front Air Bag problems||
|Air Bag On-off Switch problems||
|Front Driver Side Air Bag Inflator problems||