Question about Honda Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
No but it is not cheap to get the airbags replaced even if used. They are explosive so you need some expertise to put them in too. There is a controller board that needs to be replaced etc.
Posted on Nov 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
first you need to know if the air bag light was coming on before the accident, if the light was coming on then the car should be fixed before in order to get the air bags to work propelly, also were did you buy the car from? was this a new car purchased? or did you buy it used at small dealer ? because if it was new or bought used from a dealer, they are supposed to do an inspection safety check on every car before they can sell it to the public, also for what i understand the air bag module stores a lot of information after an accident, like what speed was the car going, if he did stop or acerelate the car at time of accident, it stores lost of information. and to be honest with you i don't know if the car can save this information with the air bag previously on, but ask the police department or the investigators to pull the information from the air bag module wich is like a black box installed on air planes, something similar, i hope and you stiil have the car or acces to it, but you right if he got out the caR at moment of firts impact, he would be here now, but that's just my way to think or imajine, since i was not there, i hope and this information help, and if you trying to sue somebody, make sure to try to sue the bigest company involve in this deal because i belive there will be only 1 sue case by case, you better get some legal help since i'm not an attorney, and i will aprecciate you ranking to my answer since that will really help my score
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Posted on Jun 29, 2008
You triggered the impact sensor.(usually on or near the front bumper) It will need to be re-set or replaced, and obviously, you need to replace airbag.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
To manually check air bag codes, turn the key On and push the driver's door switch (at the bottom of the B-pillar) 5 times or more within 7 seconds of turning the key ON. Then watch the air bag light flashing codes. The air bag light will come ON for 3 seconds and then give fast flashes if there is a code. Count the fast flashes as the code. So the air bag light on for 3 seconds and then 8 flashes is a code 8 for the passenger air bag circuit. after counting code clear codes and see if they come back
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
Air bags don't always deploy. In a split second the SRS (safety restrain system) takes into lots of factors before deciding whether to deploy or not as sometimes the airbag going off could cause an injury in its self.
It is a complex area of mitigating circumstances.
For example they are designed not to go off if the vehicle hits a paramid shaped pile of sand at 30mph but would go off at 45mph
If no one got hurt and the seatbelts held you secure then in my opinion the SRS made the right decision and saved lots of expensive SRS parts replacement.
If you got hurt and you are concerned then maybe speak to a solicitor
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
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