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You will probably have to borrow a friends obd reader and reset the fault code.
Posted on May 18, 2019
you need to have it checked out.with the light staying on in an accident the airbag may not deploy. the most likely cause is a bad clockspring but further diagnosis is needed
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
SOURCE: my srs light had been on
It is my understanding that the SRS is a dealer only reset because it requires a code that is proprietory to MB dealers only. Now, a garage with a good scanner (loaded with applicable MB program) may be able to reset it for cheaper than a dealer. Nonetheless, I do not believe you can reset it on your own.
A side note, as long as the SRS light is on, your airbag and/or belt tensioners may not work if you're in a collision.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
It's the " clock spring " . Dodge has a lifetime recall / replacement on this part. Somehow it controls the air bag and is tied into the horn and cruise control .
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
The air bag computer will have to be scanned and the code read to know what the fault the computer detects. The problem will have to be repaired for the light to shut off. Keep in mind, when the air bag light is illuminated the air bag system is deactivated. Meaning, in the event of a collision the bags won't deploy.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
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