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If you have the passcode, then remove the battery terminal and wait for five minutes. Reinstall the terminal and reinsert the passcode. Make sure the car is outside of any buildings and this may intefere with the gps.
check the inside of the glove compartment first put in code and hit power button/ If there is not one go to the service drive of any Honda dealer and they will get the code and put it in for you/ Please rrate my response Thank you very much
That's the Supplemental Restraint System - airbags. Have the car scanned for codes and it should tell you which bag is causing the problem. On my Audi, the side bags are built into the seats and they're known for tripping a fault light if the seat is moved too far back (it strains the connector under the seat). If you have a similar setup and it turns out to be a seat bag, check that out. Main thing is that you need a chassis code scan to see which airbag is throwing a code, and then it can be addressed.