Question about 2002 Honda Odyssey
SRS is your air bag system and the light indicates self-diagnostics are finding something amiss and turning the system off. Do you have anything on the front seat? Is your passenger leaning on the door? In both of these cases the system is acting normally, but will deactivate the air bags. Remove the junk, sit up straight, and the light should go away. Also check for a blown fuse. If that's not it then I'd only recomend a Honda technician diagnose this important safetey feature.
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
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