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Is there any wire that got knock off,There is a important ground wire that is at the left front fender,this is controls the circuit opening relay that turns the fuel pump on, You need to start inspecting for open fuses and restore it
It really depends on the type of wreck you were in. Your seat belt being on or off does not have anything to do with whether or not the airbags would be deployed.
If they were not deployed it means that your car will not be labeled as totaled, which is a good thing.
I had the same issue. Same year, same model. I checked the manual and a flashing srs light has to do with the sensors for the side air bags and seatbelts. I jiggled the wires under the drivers seat and reseated the plug. Problem solved. Check under the passengers side too.
The airbag light staying on could be an indication that the abs computer ( located under passenger front seat ). may have gotten wet. These cars usually let water in from the front strut towers. The light staying on indicates a problem with the computer, possible things that could happed:
a: air bag DOES not deploy in an accident.
b: air bag does deploy for no reason whatsoever.
either of those could be bad.
best to have it inspected by a certified abs tech or the dealer