Hi all, I have a 2006 Hyundai Sonata, and the passenger side air bag light indicates that it will not deploy(dash says-'Passenger Air Bag Off') when my wife is seated. The car is about six months old, and does this about 80% of the time. I called Hyundai service to bring it in to be fixed, and was asked how much my wife weighed. I said about 120 lbs. The service person's response was that- "she is probably too light, and the same thing happens when my son is in the car. If she readjusts herself in the seat, that should work. I don't want to waste your time coming in for a problem that we can't resolve." WTF? Can this be true? I can't believe a safety device like an airbag would be so haphazardly employed. Several points of logic come to my mind: 1. When my wife does not have her seatbelt fastened, the seatbelt indicator flashes, yet the 'PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF' light stays on. Shouldn't they be tied in together, as in: 'seatbelt on, therefore person sitting in seat, therefore enable airbag'? 2. I'm going to go out on a limb here- aren't Hyundais sold around the world? I keep hearing that Americans are some of the heaviest people in the world. Is there a different seat sensor used in Asia? My instinct is to go up the chain of command if I'm told tomorrow that my wife doesn't weigh enough to trip the sensor- do you agree?