failed vent solenoid purge solenoid and airbag light on 2004 Honda Pilot

My airbag light is on what does that mean? Also, I had my car checked and the error code came back with failed vent solenoid failed purge solenoid Where are these located and are they hard to repair?

by in San Antonio, TX on October 21, 2009
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ANSWER by on October 21, 2009
A failed vent and/or purge solenoid will not cause an air bag light to illuminate...
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ANSWER by on October 23, 2009
The airbag light is part of the SRS system and will need to be diagnosed. There is a code stored and the code will have to be retrieved. Once the code is retrieved a diagnosis will have to be done to determine the reason why the light is on. A failed purge and vent solenoid are parts of the evap system. These parts cannot be repaired, only replaced. It's important to have the system checked by a qualified technician to make sure that these are the faulty parts. The system is complex and while you can run a test with a scanner it only gives a general diagnosis. A qualified technician will be able to test the individual components and repair the problem.
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ANSWER by on October 12, 2010
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