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2007 Dodge Caliber Base 4dr HB FWD

2007 Dodge Caliber
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Front Wheel Drive, Hatchback, Mid-size
28 mpg city / 32 mpg hwy
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May 29, 2013, 4:29 pm

Jennifer N

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the people in the dealership told me that the alternator was new, and that the computer stored information saying something was bad...I'm not to sure on this. So they cleared all of the codes. But now the air bag light keeps coming on. Thanks for all the help i hope it gets fixed and I will try the things recommended if the problem still happens after the dealership looks at it.

June 9, 2013, 7:10 am

Elizabeth K

If you're responding to a previous post, reply directly through that post or email, this is a new questions and I don't have access to your previous discussion.

But if you've got an airbag light on, there is an error in the system and it needs to be diagnosed, not just erased. It is not an alternator or charging system problem, it is an airbag system problem. You can expect to pay about $100 for a shop to diagnose it.

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