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Our brand new car, after we fueled up for the first time, it took the fuel gage hours before it registered a full tank of gas. Any ideas? Just breaking in?

Also, sometimes when my wife is in the passenger front seat, the air bag light goes on like she's not heavy enough so it turns off the airbag. But, sometimes it works the way it's supposed too. ??? Breaking in??
 

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There were some problems with the fuel gauge sending unit earlu in the Armada production, but I thought that has been taken care of. Watch the gauge for a while, if it continues to have a problem take it to your dealer.
The passenger air bag light should go out when a load of about 47 pounds or more is on the passenger seat. If your wife is small and doesn't sit upright the light may come on. Lightweight passengers must sit with their butt back against the seat back in order for the light to go off.
 

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If the airbag doesn't start working correctly soon go back to the dealer and explain to them what is happening. Tell them you will sit in 3 other armadas to prove your's isn't working correctly.

I went through a year of BS to get it fixed finally. Do a search for airbag light and you should find my rantings from a year ago. I have a page posted there from the canadian nissan site that says the light should go out above 47 lbs. You might print that out and take to the dealer as well for some more ammo.
 
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