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post Feb 14 2008, 10:27 PM
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SRS light in my galant 2001 car stays on. I read in some other site that its there is a issue in galant cars and is related to front passenger seat. Any one knows about this ?

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post Feb 15 2008, 08:47 AM
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there are pressure harnesses under both seats and there are sensors in the seatbelt buckles. the dealership would have to pull the code out of the system. I know on Hondas the seatbelts are warrantied for life so it would be a free replacement if its in there. (I don't know about mitsubishis warranties)
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post Jun 16 2008, 01:28 PM
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I experienced the same problem . On my 2005 Endeavor , I disconnected the

3 harnesses under the seat to have good access under the driver's seat.

After re-plugging the 3 harnesses , the SRS lights would come on . I disconnected the battery for 5 minutes , but the SRS light still stays on . Today I went to my dealer .
They charged me $ 25 to remove the code . The system is under warranty but not
the diagnosis . They removed the code with the Mitsubishi scanner ....

I should have known this trick : before un-plugging any system related to SRS :

DISCONNECT the battery , even the Negative , touch/short together the
2 harness +/- to avoid any sudden static charge that could trigger a bag ...
Make sure the negative harness do not touch the frame during the whole process.

At reconnection of the battery = the system will be back as normal without
registering a fault in the memory ......

Hope this will help.... :grin:

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