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Old 03 Oct 2006, 01:24 pm
Ci
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Default '03 Pilot

My wife drives the Pilot. I took the front seats
out last week, and when I cranked up after putting
them back, the SRS light was on. I checked all
connections under each seat, they were good.

Went to my local mechanic, a former Honda guy gone
independent - he's been working on my Hondas and
Acuras for over 10 years. He can't figure it out,
suggests going to the dealer - never heard that
from him before.

So I call the local dealers, they want anywhere
from $40-100 to hook up the computer.

I just want to turn the light off. It was never on
before I took the seats out, and nothing else
changed. No accident, no electrical problems, no
seat belt problems.

Any ideas?

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Old 04 Oct 2006, 02:27 pm
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Default Re: '03 Pilot

Check the seatbelt connections. I had a bad sensor on my drivers side
seatbelt. This caused the SRS. Resetting can be done with a paperclip, but
it's kind of involved. It will never go out on it's own even in the problem
is fixed. You have to reset it.

This was on my '01 Accord. Same for Pilot I'm sure.

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"Ci" <batman772129@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> My wife drives the Pilot. I took the front seats out last week, and when I
> cranked up after putting them back, the SRS light was on. I checked all
> connections under each seat, they were good.
>
> Went to my local mechanic, a former Honda guy gone independent - he's been
> working on my Hondas and Acuras for over 10 years. He can't figure it out,
> suggests going to the dealer - never heard that from him before.
>
> So I call the local dealers, they want anywhere from $40-100 to hook up
> the computer.
>
> I just want to turn the light off. It was never on before I took the seats
> out, and nothing else changed. No accident, no electrical problems, no
> seat belt problems.
>
> Any ideas?
>



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Old 05 Oct 2006, 05:20 am
Robert
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Default Re: '03 Pilot

Since you took out the seats, you might want to check the side-impact
airbags. I don't know about your Pilot, but my 2003 EX-LRES has
side-impact airbags built into the seats...something could have been
disconnected in there.

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