Hyundai Sonata owners have reported 504 problems related to air bag light on (under the air bag category).
Have a 2011and the air bag light stays on wont go offi.
See all problems of the 2011 Hyundai Sonata.
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.
See all problems of the 2006 Hyundai Sonata.
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.
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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.
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.
About a week ago the airbag light came on when I started the car and as soon I began to drive it blinked for a few seconds and now will not go off. The vehicle odometer reads aproximately 116,000 miles.
Air bag light stays on.
See all problems of the 2010 Hyundai Sonata.
Faulty airbag as a result of faulty clock spring. Took vehicle into dealership (due to airbag light), and apparently clock spring part is back-ordered. However, dealer and Hyundai corporate told me to continue using vehicle despite faulty clock spring, as the vehicle is still "operable". Extremely disturbed that Hyundai corporate would not advise on estimated time of clock spring arrival. This appears to be a major issue, given the back order, which should be investigated ASAP, as there may be more vehicles on the road with this issue - unbeknownst to drivers.
My car has under 50000 miles, withen 6 days, my air bag light came on, all three lights of my front passenger side lights went out, and my air conditioning doesn't work. I do not feel safe driving this car and the fact that they all went out in such a short span makes me feel like there are major electrical issues. I know there have been several recalls on this vehicle and am not sure if these are covered but just can't believe it's a coincidence.
See all problems of the 2013 Hyundai Sonata.
The air bag light won't turn off. Started the car and was driving when it came on and it has been on and it won't turn off check out there is a faulty code that is showing up and the light doesn't turn off.
Airbag light on vehicle is on. The light is one when in park and in operation of vehicle. Dealership wants $130 simply to diagnose problem. Understand that airbag issues plague other Hyundai vehicles that have been subject to recall.
The contact owns a 2008 Hyundai Sonata. While driving 30 mph, the air bag warning indicator illuminated for the driver side without warning. In addition, the check engine and tire pressure sensor warning indicators illuminated and turned off independently. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failures. The failure mileage was 141,000.
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While driving multiple indicator lights on the dash came on, (brake, abs, tractions control, steering, seat belt, air bag and check engine lights. ) t highway speed the transmission shifted into 1st gear and I was forced to exit the road immediately. I safely came to a stop and shut the vehicle off. I then restarted it and then I was able to safely get home. I then called aaa and had the car towed to my mechanic. My mechanic found that they could not communicate with most modules/computers that are in the car. After hours of testing, they discovered that the back up camera was corrupting the computer data lines and essentially shutting down crucial modules in the vehicle. Once the camera was removed from the car, the vehicle operations returned to normal. Please advise Hyundai of this issue, so other motorists can be spared this frightening experience. I will provide the invoice for repair and the failed part, which I have in my possession, if you need. Please contact me for further information.
See all problems of the 2014 Hyundai Sonata.
Airbag light came on at 145,000 miles. I was told that the airbags are only covered by the basic warranty, 5 years/60,000 miles. What happened, seatbelts and airbags were covered under a separate warranty for the lifetime of the car.
Air bag lights on all the time the passenger side seat belt light always flashes the over head dome light is burning out and I have also had the front sway bar links replaced 2 times in 2 years in less than 10000 miles.
Passengers side front seat airbag sensor went bad. Made airbag light come on. Took car to dealer they said sensor was bad and with light on airbag wouldn't work. So I had it fixed . 1800. 00 and a new new later it's fixed. But how many people out their is going to spend 1800. On a 2007. If that's not a safety concern I don't know what is. Lots of bad airbag sensors out there.
See all problems of the 2007 Hyundai Sonata.
The air bag warning indicator illuminated. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where it was diagnosed that the clock spring needed to be replaced. My car has not been in a crash or accident and has approx 99k miles.
My airbag light has come on for a week and won't turn off when car is in turned on. The light came on as I turned the vehicle on. It is a safety issue and I have read numerous reports on this. I am the original owner of my 2012 Sonata with turbo. I.
I was at a stop light and my airbag light came on and won't go off. The car has not been in any accidents. The car is only 5 years old. I'm worried the airbags won't inflate if I am ever in an accident. 5 years is too early for sensors to wear out.
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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||