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Airbag light stays on

Recall SRS electric control module part #04002-66112 install wire sub harness with filter per SSC DOB. Fixed 2 months ago

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SOURCE: My 2004 carolla's airbag light came on.

you need to have the car scanned for codes to be sure, but it is possible that one of the discriminating sensors was compromised in the fender bender. should be a fairly straight forward diagnosis and repair.

Posted on Jan 25, 2010

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SOURCE: SRS connector airbag warning light is always on?.

Remove the negative battery cable for about 25 seconds to see if it will reset,if it does not,then the air bag module is bad,Rate if this was at all helpful,thank you.

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You will have to visit the toyota dealer so they can connect their diagnostic equipment to see what the problem is.

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Did you have the body computer scanned for trouble codes ?

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"SRS" stands for "Supplemental Restraint System". This includes your airbags and your seatbelt pre-tensioners. The only way to find out why the light is on is to scan your airbag module and retrieve the fault codes that will be stored to let you know which part of the system is failing.

There are a few Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs) for the SRS in your vehicle, however none of them address any concerns with sysem failure or the light illuminating. They have to do with proper service proceedures to prevent accidental airbag deployment, disposal of deployed airbag parts, notification to the service technicians that they MUST replace an entire harness to fix wiring problems in the SRS and that wiring repairs are NOT to be made, etc..

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