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Land Rover SBS

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11-15-04, 02:08 PM   #1  
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Land Rover SBS

I have purchased a used, wrecked and repaired 1996 Land Rover Discovery SE7 with 105,000 miles. The SBS (air bag) light and the service engine light stay on. Is there an inexpensive way to repair?

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11-15-04, 03:24 PM   #2  
I'm going to guess that you don't have a service manual or diagnostic tools required to test the system properly,if I'm correct the answer is no there is no cheap fix.If you had the tools and info it still would likely not be cheap to repair.Air bag parts are pricey as are alot of engine sensors or related parts. It's possible the vehicle was not reassembled properly and that's why the lights are on but the tools and info would be needed to repair and typing from my computer is not likely to help if I can't see the vehicle or the info as I'm not familiar with those.

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