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Improper Uses of Seat Belts

Posted by Artem Martynyuk on

Everyone’s brains have been drilled about the importance of wearing a seat belt since childhood. Because of this, many people take the care to strap in before they begin driving. However, some people flat out wear them wrong so it practically defeats the point of wearing it in the first place. As a matter of fact, in some instances failing to secure yourself correctly in a seat belt can even result in more injuries than if the belt was not worn at all.Now you may be thinking to yourself that you are not one of those people. It is wise...

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SRS Airbag Module Reset

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Have you ever seen pictures of cars driving in the opposite direction in one-way lanes and wondered to yourself if these were true or just a product of Photoshop? Well it turns out that this really does happen, and it happens quite a bit! Just last month, 11 people were sent to a medical facility following a wrong-way driving related accident, in under a week!Looking at the different cases when this has occurred, the majority have been a result of impairment—either drugs or alcohol. Unfortunately, there are people who decide to use these substances and then make the foolish mistake...

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How to reset airbag control module: Eeprom, Infineon, Mac, Nec, Renesas, SPC

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How to Reset Airbag Control Module Eeprom, Infineon, MAC, Nec, Renesas, SPC, Motorla & more! An SRS airbag control module is the brain to all airbag-related components in any car. This unit, also known as the ACM, SDM, controller or simply an airbag computer, is responsible for storing crash data known as hard codes. This occurs during an accident and of course your airbag light goes off. Some common airbag DTC codes are B107E, B107F, B1015, B1139, B1193, B1206, B1342, B1620, B1649, B1650, DF194. These are usually accompanied by a message such as "crash detected", "memory full", "airbag deployed", "no communications"...

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