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SRS Airbag Module Reset After Accident

Posted by Artem Martynyuk on

If you have an SRS airbag module out of a vehicle that has been in an accident, you have a computer filled with crash data. The airbag controller is responsible for the airbags and seat belts in the car, communicating with the crash impact sensors. These SRS module are nothing to play around with and require experienced programmers for handling. When a car gets into an accident and the airbags deployed, crash data is written into this computer following the initiations of airbags and seat belts. The module will not work properly and your airbag light will stay on until...

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You Are On Your Rear Seat. To Buckle Or Not to Buckle? Part 2.

Posted by Jason Miller on

To Buckle Or Not to Buckle? The government and other establishments will loudly shout: to buckle! However, not all matters in the world are so black and white, -- you can reply. Nevertheless, what is there actual reasons to buckle up for during your trip? Let us go down deeper, and see actual status of that matter.   What Do People Say? Previously mentioned survey has revealed some information regarding common opinion in society on this regard. Between June and August 2016 adults 18 and older have participated the survey. 1,172 surveyed have stated, that they have been riding in...

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You Are On Your Rear Seat. To Buckle Or Not to Buckle? Part 1.

Posted by Jason Miller on

Many adults teach their children to buckle up. However, that is something parents missing out habitually. They believe restraining on the back seat is optional. According to the data of one survey, 4 out of 5 adults are not restraining themselves during short trip, like when they ride taxi or hire the vehicle. Revealed new information points to seat belt use misconception. Incorrect understanding regarding safest place in the vehicle is the reason why it is believed buckling up is optional. In such a way, that wrong misperception concludes, the back seats are the safest. The reason of this believe...

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Seat Belts And SRS Airbag Modules. Common 4 Myths

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Seat Belts And SRS Airbag Modules. Common 4 Myths Seat belts have saved lives of many. However, there are some opposers, who claim that seat belts prevent quick vehilce leaving in case of accident. Meet myth #1. Though, old seat belts could really prevent leaving the vehicle, modern-day seat belts can be released in one click. Myth #2. Don't buckle if you drive slowly. During the frontal collision crush-test, when the vehicles moves with the speed 30 MPH, the average human weight grows up to approximately 10,000 lbs. Unbuckled driver breaks the windshield by head, and eventually chances of death...

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SRS Airbag Light On. How Do I Reset It?

Posted by Jason Miller on

"IT is good to see airbag lights up" -- said no one. Perhaps, if you are reading this article you were likely to have that problem. So what do I do with it?Definitely, airbag light can't be on with no reason. It is the sign that something's malfunctioning. There can be minor codes like wire or communication issues. You can fix this, by addressing the fault. On-board diagnostics (OBD) scan tool can help you to have not realated to the crash soft codes to be erased. However, there can be cases, when your vehicle was in crash, which eventually resulted...

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