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Old 13 Oct 2007, 03:12 pm
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Default 95 honda accord v6?

i have a 95 accord v6 and the SRS light is on and i doesnt want to turn off it has been on for 2 days what is wrong with my baby (honda accord)
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Old 13 Oct 2007, 03:15 pm
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Im pretty sure SRS is related to your Airbags (so its safety and important).You could clear it by using these instructions [http://www.geocities.com/myintegra96/srs.html]However, it could be a serious problem and by clearing it in the event of an accident your airbag(s) MAY NOT deploy!!!
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Old 13 Oct 2007, 03:18 pm
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SRS stands for Supplementary Restraint System! This is your Airbag & Seatbelt control system in the event of an accident. That is stating that you have a malfunction on the SRS system(Module,relay,fuses,) Basically you need this checked over by a certified Technician. Due drive with caution! This malfunction may not activate the SRS system in the case of an accident.
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Old 13 Oct 2007, 03:21 pm
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It's obviuos that the SRS system light is on because there is a problem, and to determine what's causing it to stay on a scanner for that purpose is needed to pull the specific code or codes. A weak battery causing a slow crank will cause the srs system to code for a bad control unit or the unit may have just failed and it needs to be replaced (an expensive part); To reset the light o specific manual procedure is done or the scanner can also be done,and it's easier. Unless you got into an accident causing the airbags to deploy, that's your reason,of course. If you're not into car repairs, I recommend you to take it to an auto shop you trust.
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