airbag light on on 2006 Hyundai Sonata

I was told that the r/f buckle needs to be replaced. Cost would be $400. Is this a fair price?

by in Randallstown, MD on December 08, 2010
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1 answer 6 comments
ANSWER by , December 08, 2010
Did you check at the dealership? Did they verify there is no warranty coverage on it? Often times safety items like buckles have warranty beyond the bumper-to-bumper period. Worth investigating further.
COMMENT by , December 09, 2010
The $400 was the quote from the dealership after they told me that it wasn't covered by warranty.
COMMENT by , December 09, 2010
How many miles do you have on your Hyundai?
COMMENT by , December 10, 2010
COMMENT by , December 10, 2010
OK, I suppose that is why. $400 seems a little high. Did that quote include their diagnosis charge? My opinion would be that you should shop another Hyundai dealer in your area. You could even shop an independent shop. They can help you too. Try the Directory at the top of the screen - to find a shop near you.
COMMENT by , December 11, 2010
Thank you.
COMMENT by , June 27, 2015
There was a recent recall on this - and it's a problem with the seatbelt switch. If you've already paid for this repair, you should be able to go to provide proof (I know, 5 years later...) and get at least partially reimbursed for the repair.