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Old 07-16-2009   #1
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DIY: SRS Codes and reading them

While searching around on how to figure out why my SRS light was going on and off I found this site. Great information on how to manually read the SRS codes! So you don't have to give your money to the dealership!

DIY: SRS Codes and reading them

Thanks to R3dline from ClubRSX.com

Everything is the same except our OBDII port is rotated 180 degrees and will look like this,
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thanks for the share...nice post![img]http://******************/images/e98741479a7b998f88b8f8c9f0b6b6f1.gif[/img]
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Great post I am looking for. Thank you~~
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While searching around on how to figure out why my SRS light was going on and off I found this site. Great information on how to manually read the SRS codes! So you don't have to give your money to the dealership!

DIY: SRS Codes and reading them

Thanks to R3dline from ClubRSX.com

Everything is the same except our OBDII port is rotated 180 degrees and will look like this,
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ty very good post it help for 2006 civic to find the codes.
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Re: DIY: SRS Codes and reading them

If you have a srs code and your airbag light is on. Go to this site Cartipsntricks.com , if u have a faulty airbag, and your light is on, this site explains how to fix your airbag issue with a resistor and also how to reset your SRS/Airbag light.






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While searching around on how to figure out why my SRS light was going on and off I found this site. Great information on how to manually read the SRS codes! So you don't have to give your money to the dealership!

DIY: SRS Codes and reading them

Thanks to R3dline from ClubRSX.com

Everything is the same except our OBDII port is rotated 180 degrees and will look like this,
Click the image to open in full size.
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I tried to search to see if someone has already posted, so sorry if it's a repost.
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