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The srs light in my 2003 mitsubishi lancer is staying on what would the problem be

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SOURCE: srs light stay on in

we can guess all day on what the problem is or you and get it scanned and it will tell you what the problem is.
if you still have a problem after its scanned and want some asistance let us know
good luck
paul

Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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SOURCE: 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer

so u have a CH/CG lancer

you would need to remove the two 10mm bolts from the coil packs and leads and then stick the smaller version of spark plug socket in remove them, bear in mind if u have a mivec motor the spark plugs MUST be Platinum :)

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

Mustgo
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SOURCE: the light of srs of a mitsubishi montero 1999

Check alternator voltage for 13.8V to 14.2V

Ripple voltage can leak from an OLD alternator diodes.

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Here's a quick check list for most common cost of SRS / Air bag problem.

Dirty contacts on driver and passenger seat belt buckles

Dirty contacts on seat belt connectors (under seats)

Dirty contacts on driver and passenger sides weight sensors (under seat)

Seat covers

Weight on passenger seat
(Example: grocery package trigger SRS / Air Bag light on the way home.)

I recommend you to pass an vacuum over the contacts and use CRC electronic parts cleaner to rule out connectivity problem.

I DO NOT recommend disconnecting the negative battery connector to clean the code(s).

Without the code(s) the dealer will takes "BILLABLE" time to reproduce the problem.

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Mustgo

Posted on Dec 16, 2009

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thermastat or heater control switch

Posted on Jan 11, 2010

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disconect the neg post on the battery for 10 minutes

Posted on Feb 17, 2010

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