How do you turn off the SRS light on a 2003 Honda Pilot?
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Similarly, it is asked, how do I get the SRS light off?
How to Reset an Airbag Light
- Put the key into the ignition and turn the switch to the "on" position.
- Watch for the airbag light to turn on. It will stay illuminated for seven seconds and then shut itself off.
- Repeat Steps 1 and 2 two more times.
- Start the engine. The SRS light should come on for seven seconds, and then shut off and stay off.
Subsequently, question is, why is my SRS light on my 2003 Honda Pilot? The SRS light is a warning light for your supplemental restraint system (airbags). An SRS light means that there is a problem in the system. The first thing I would check is the fuse for the SRS unit. The only way to check this is with a scan tool of some sort.
Hereof, what causes SRS light to stay on?
If the SRS light stays on or starts flashing on and off, you may have a problem with the airbags themselves, a loose wire, a faulty seat belt buckle, or a problem with the Engine Control Unit (ECU) that is causing the airbag warning light to stay on.
Will your car pass inspection with airbag light on?
There is no criteria in the inspection regulations that requires the Supplemental Restraint System or airbag be in proper working order for annual safety inspection. Therefore a vehicle does not fail inspection for having an air bag warning light illuminated or even for having an air bag removed.