That may be a trip to the man. Mine just has the light that comes on with no message but I do know that once its on you need to have the tool to reset it. The new ones may go away on their own, but I doudt it. I have heard rumors of problems with the seat sensor, pulling the plug lose just enough to set off the warning when adjusting. I'm sure if you ask the service advisor to check it(let them know you are shopping around for a new place to get you car serviced, He will hear a cash register when he thinks of inspection two) and he might go out of his way to help you out. Just a suggestion good luck, let us know how it turns out for future reference.
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