Question about 2002 Honda CR-V
I phoned the Honda dealership and they said that something was wrong with my seatbelt if the SRS light stays on. There is nothing apparently wrong with my seatbelt. What else could it be?
Thanks for your help.
SRS stands for supplemental restraint system. You have a problem with the airbag system. The seat belts have sensors to let air bag module know if they are buckled. Could be a bad buckle seat belt will work fine .This may be a common problem is why they said seatbelt problem
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