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Why is the SRS light on?

Why is my SRS light on?

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Austin, the first thing I would suggest is that you have your Honda hooked up to a scanner and see what, if any codes you get. The SRS is pretty darn important to your safety. It is possible that it is something as simple as an old battery, to something more involved like a bad computer or even something as vital as a safety component failing. You can reset the light by following the instructions from here. Also, check the answer SRS light is on Again, have it looked at by your mechanic, just to make sure that you stay safe. You would not want your airbag blow up in your face, or not working when it should.Hope this helps, good luck.

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I had that on my 2000 accord for a while, I took it to the mechanic and he thought the front impact sensors around the bumper might have a problem or gotten loose with time. He made some adjustments and reset the codes, but a few hours later the light came back on. I called him and told him the light went back on and he said he'll do some research. Turns out that it was the seatbelt buckle, in my case the front passenger side and Honda had a recall for that problem and had given lifetime warranty. He gave me a print out with the information and told me to go to the dealership and they would replace it free of charge since it is under warranty. I did exactly that, Honda diagnosed the srs code and replaced the buckle free of charge. I haven't seen the srs light go on since. I hope this helps.

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