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    HI guys can someone help me with this problem iv nearly finished my project im now on to the wireing problems iv got the airbag,asc,and the (!) light on as well iv tryed to turn the asc switch on and off but it stays on the airbag light might be coz the car had a smash at the front off side and damaged a senser some were. iv done the body work now and checked all the wires none damaged what could it be ? also the asc light could that be on coz the battery was flat and had to be replaced how can i reset this light.? and the last one the (!) iv got know idea what that one is.? please help
     
     

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    Airbag - You'll need to plug it upto a code reader for 2 reasons, 1. for finding out if there is a current issue and 2. for resetting the light.

    ASC - This could be a couple of things (While you've got it plugged upto the code reader, it might tell you the reason for the ASC)... First thing to check is the connections to the ASC throttle body, and second, is the ABS light also on ? Does it come on with ignition, then go off again within a couple of seconds ?

    (!) - This is a brake fluid warning - Check your brake fluid !
    If your brake fluid is topped up, it could just be the sensor.
     
     

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