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Old 16 Aug 2007, 05:13 am
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Default how to turn off SRS lite of honda accord 2000 and why it comes on.?

how to turn off SRS lite of honda accord 2000 and why it comes on.?
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Old 16 Aug 2007, 05:14 am
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You can't turn it off...SRS is your airbag system (or Supplemental Restraint System), and the computer detects a problem. Take it into the dealer asap, as you don't want to be driving and all the sudden...POP!!!
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Old 16 Aug 2007, 05:15 am
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dealer...even independent shops wont have the proper equiptment to diagnose this system. the control module is the most common failure, but let the dealer deal with it. when the srs light is on, the system is disabled, dont worry about a sudden activation, do worry about no activation in an accident.
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