SRS Light

Discussion in 'DIY - Do It Yourself Forum' started by acrod99, Mar 8, 2006.

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  1. Dallas

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    one way it comes on is if you have a seat disconnected and you start the car,

    the easiest way to reset it is to have a friend that works for honda :)
     
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    I will do this tomorro. Good write up.
     
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    I had my SRS lights on for about a good 7 months. I was thinking about doing the paper clip trick. Would it really be wise to reset it and not take it to a dealer? I want my airbags to come out when something happen. You feel me?
     
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    According to the Accord 2000 Owner's Manual
     
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    I have a problem where mine comes on sporatically, only when someone is in my passenger seat. I have a 2000 ex coupe 4cyl.
     
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    Nice write up My window got broken on Tuesday (punks)and I took my seats out to make sure that I get all of the glass out and forgot to plug the connectors under the seat, so the SRS light came on and this took me about 30 seconds to do....I'm at work and all the paper clips here are really big so I used a staple.
     
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