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> How To Reset The Srs Light On Instrument Panel?
unknown_owner
post Jun 12 2005, 01:06 PM
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Anybody have the directions on how to reset the SRS light on hte instrument panel? I think I accidently unplugged it and now the light stays on.
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post Jun 13 2005, 09:58 PM
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You need somone with a scan tool that can pull srs codes to clear it. But if it is an 04 it is covered under warranty just tell them the srs light came on.
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post Jul 25 2005, 01:05 PM
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QUOTE(unknown_owner @ Jun 12 2005, 01:06 PM)
Anybody have the directions on how to reset the SRS light on hte instrument panel?  I think I accidently unplugged it and now the light stays on.
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Disconnect the battery cable and reconnect. Sometimes it will fix it, if not it has to be cleared with a "mutt" from the dealer
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post Nov 19 2005, 11:42 PM
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you can ensure it resets when the battery is disconnected by popping you fuse cover under the hood and pulling the main ECU relay block waiting a few seconds and plugging it back in. This is also good when you move from a higher to lower elevation and vice versa, it causes the ECU to remap its air density parameters, changin the air/fuel ratio. :thumbsup:
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post Jan 23 2006, 01:46 PM
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Hi. I've the same problem when I installed a Harman Kardon Drive + Play iPod interface in my new Endeavor Limited 2006. I was looking at the list of fuses in the user guide and there is one that says 'Relay'. Is that the same one you are referring to as 'ECU Relay Block'? Thanks for the tip.
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Thnx, will try these things. Been on for almost 6 months and I never did anything
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post Feb 1 2006, 05:56 PM
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That's not good...I think you should have it checked out if the battery reset doesn't work...trust me, it WON'T just go away.
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mine did the samething when i took the seats out to run the headrest monitor down my seats take it to the dealer shipp that have a computer to take the code away only way it should be warrenty take 5 min they did mine for free
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QUOTE(unknown_owner @ Jan 29 2006, 11:04 AM)
Thnx, will try these things.  Been on for almost 6 months and I never did anything
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so, you're driving a brand new car around for 6 months with a potentially inoperative airbag?


why in the world would ANYONE do something like that?
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