It works...try it. It's called a wildcard.The forum won't allow 3 character searches and using SRS* doesn't work either. What works however is the Google Search up top.
Yes. But try the forum search with SRS* reset and then go up and run a search for SRS Reset in the google search and see the difference. SRS was the actual key word as an example I was giving the Admin to troubleshoot this issue a couple of months ago. The results are different with both searches. With the google search giving back all the results and the vB search only returning a few threads.It works...try it. It's called a wildcard.
I just replaced the battery about a month ago.The procedures in the Honda service manual are different for the 99-02 and 03-04. There is a flash procedure for the 99-02 but none for the 03-04. The 03-04 only lists reading the codes with the HDS so you may have to pay the dealer to read them for you. If you do remember seatbelt problems are warrantied for life. If it comes back as an internal SRS problem do not let them replace the SRS unit as the problem could be the battery as noted in several previous threads. A weak battery allows electrical noise in the system which seems to show up first as an internal SRS unit failure. Have them reset it and if it isn't a solid failure replace the battery.
Why don't you have to pay anything for the dealer to check it and fix it? :huh:I had my SRS lights coming on just for no reasons before the annual safety inspection. The dealer who always passed my safety inspection rejected this time and I have to now fix an appointment for another day to get this done since they don't had the pars on hand. The GOOD NEWS is that I don't have to pay anything and it is covered for life-time warranty and don't had to pay anything other than the 16$ state inspection fee. I am glad I still take my Ody to the Honda dealer, even though I moved place a few years ago.
If I had take to a regular express oil change or a tire shop I would have been ripped off for nothing.
So if you see this light coming on, take it to the dealer first before doing anything otherwise.
Thanks for your reply.What is the code? They should have given you the code it they had a price.
Was the airbag one a recall one?
Did you have an SRS light on ever before they did the work?
There is a way to reset that light, but you may have to do some Googling.
If there actually is a fault, that light will come back on.
Push them a little harder, esp if the light went on the same day or when you first started the Ody at the Dealer.
You can also ask if they will reset the light for free, as it only takes a minute or two with their reader.
And, ask them if they did a reset when they finished their work, previously.