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Old 09 Oct 2008, 08:39 pm
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Default SRS control module

Hello dear Honda People

Please, anyone help!

I can not find the answer to my question, looked all over internet.

My accord 2002 LX has been in a crash so the airbags and seatbelts were deployed.

I am in the process of replacing the bags and seat belts assembly.

So here is the dilemma: I need the SRS light off so what should be done in order to turn that light off;

Do I need to replace the SRS control Module ?
or there is a way to RESET it?

I heard about the trick with the MES connector to reset the SRS light but I just heard it is not the solution.

Thank you for your time
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