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That is probably a fault with the sensor that detects a person sitting in the seat. That sensor is there so that if no one is in the seat and you have an accident the air bag won't go off. You need to take this to a dealer as it requires special tools to re-calibrate the sensor once it is replaced.
If the SRS light is on it means that a problem with the SRS has been detected and an error code has been stored in the relevant computer modules. If there is no fault the SRS light will go off after disconnecting battery terminals for five minutes (make sure you have stereo code if needed). Most of the times the light cannot be reset unless the fault causing the problem is fied (e.g. defective SRS sensor). The best thing to do is a code scanning that will also reset the light, followed with troubleshooting and repair of the problem that is triggering the SRS warning.
srs is your supplemental inflateable restraint, or"air bag" system, this means that your system is experiencing a problem, and setting a trouble code that you need to have scanned, and find out what needs replaced
Hi the srs light being on means your air bag system needs servicing, the reason being is that air cannistors that fire the air bags only have a certain life limit, once they reach this limit they need replacing as the air bag system wont be working properly until you get this serviced.
its not a job you can do yourself as the general public cant get the parts to do the work nor the machine to reset the system.
B223D OCM DTC PRESENT" ocm stand for occupant classification module, Both of these codes go together and show that the passenger seat sensor for the airbag needs to be recallibrated. This needs to be done by a dealership as they have the special set of calibrated weights and can run the tests to be sure it is done correctly. Call dealership to solve this problem.
The first code is for "driver seat track position sensor low". The module detects that the sensor input is less than or equal to 0.3 mA. The second code is referring to the first code. I have no idea what the third code is. Basically you have two different communication systems mixed. The 2001 uses the PCI bus system and the 2007 uses the CAN bus which is much faster. The first code is a CAN bus code and the second is a PCI code. As far as the airbag deploying in the event of a collision, I don't believe it will with an active code in the system. I hope this helps.
If you have the SRS light, you have problem with the Air bag system. and need to take codes to see what happen or what is damaged.
Honda 2000 Accord come with a yellow connector behind of the Instrument panel fuse box. That is used to take manual codes from the SRS computer.. to see the problem.