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I have a 96 honda accord v-tec 4 cylinder.My problem is that the radio fuse had went out and my father in law took the srs fuse instead of the radio fuse from under the drivers side and since then the srs light has been on.Can we reset the srs without having to worry about the airbags being deployed.thanks.

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  • natwister200 Apr 14, 2009

    Well i would like to keep the fuse but i just want to get rid of the light.

  • natwister200 Apr 14, 2009

    Yes there all in there spots.

  • natwister200 Apr 14, 2009

    No I havent tried doing that but when we have the radio on the baterry goes dead and the light is still there.Does that count or do we have to disconnect it.

  • natwister200 Apr 14, 2009

    No I dont have an amplifier.

  • natwister200 Apr 14, 2009

    After I disconnect the battery what should i do if the light is still there?Do you think its okay to reset it.

  • natwister200 Apr 14, 2009

    Yes I can pull the fuses out and does the car have to be on well not completely on to reset it like that.I also have another problem i dont know if you can help me but on the same car i changed the power steering pump because i thought it was the one leaking but its still doing the same thing do you have an idea of what it might be.

  • natwister200 Apr 14, 2009

    So its okay to reset the srs with a speaker cable like they say.Well i thought it was the old pump but replaced it and it seems to be throwing power steering fluid from somewhere else and i also changed the hoses.know everything like the alternator and the lights are full of power steering fluid well practically whatever is around there.

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You can remove the fuse for the airbags if it worries you.

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  • Jimmy James Apr 14, 2009

    Did you put all fuses back in there spots?

  • Jimmy James Apr 14, 2009

    Did you try to disconnect the batttery for 5 mins to reset computer?

  • Jimmy James Apr 14, 2009

    disconnect the battery for a few mins. Also make sure your radio is not wired to a constant hot wire. You have an amp?

  • Jimmy James Apr 14, 2009

    If you are worried about the airbags can you pull the airbag fuses and reset this?

  • Jimmy James Apr 14, 2009

    trial and era when you do that put fusses in turn car off and disconnect battery for a few mins. Rehook and if it is still on reset you should be good.

  • Jimmy James Apr 14, 2009

    What is the pump doing?

  • Jimmy James Apr 14, 2009

    what is the pump doing?

  • Jimmy James Apr 14, 2009

    well you can sproy the alternator down with brake cleaner. the lights may need draining by drilling a small hole or taking them out completly. Make sure the fittings are tight. No air in system.

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