Ask a Car Mechanic and Get Answers to Your Car Questions ASAP
hello, my name is XXXXX XXXXX i'll be helping you today. welcome to just answer!
the first place to start is to hook up a diagnostic scanner and see what the computer says is wrong.
based on what you find you may or may not want to pursue it. if you decide you don't want to fix it because it is just too expensive at the moment or can't get parts or whatever, the only way i know to pass the inspection is if you physically remove the light.
based on what the scanner finds, you MAY be able to reset the light using the scan tool for long enough to pass the inspection. but it's important to remember if you disable the light or ignore it to make sure and fix the problem at your first opportunity. you never know when you may need that airbag! :)
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