well, there must be a reason that the light is on. I would figure that out first and foremost. Most likely (the most common issue) the crash sensor under the hood is faulty. Resetting the light isn't going to do you any favors. If you want to give it a shot, you can disconnect both battery cables and then touch the two CABLES together and hold them there for about ten seconds. Then reconnect the cables and see if your light went out. I think you'll find that the light will come right back on because something is malfunctioning in the system. I'd have it diagnosed, for safety reasons of course.
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