[Sticky] Airbag module reset - How it works
Airbag light on?
- Airbags deployed?
- Diagnostic tool reads “crash data stored”?
- Dealership tells you that you have a bad module?
- SRS Airbag light came on after accident?
Airbag Module Reset & Return (Like New, Only Better!)
Your original module is repaired and will not need to be coded to your vehicle VIN, since it is original and came out of your vehicle.
Did your dealership tell you that you need a new module?
We reset all fault codes. After you receive the module from us you will not have to take it to the dealership for any additional programming. All airbag control modules can be reset and reprogrammed, with the exception of flood, fire or hardware damage.
Even after a small accident codes, the will be stored in the module.
The airbag control module is also known as “sdm, sensor, computer, derm and brain.” We can reset your airbag light and clear any crash codes inside your computer module.
This is a Reset and Return service of your existing Airbag Control Module. You will need to remove and send your module to us to reset any fault codes. After you receive the module back from us you won’t need to take it to the dealership for any additional programming. All airbag control modules can be reset and reprogrammed, with the exception of flood, fire or hardware damage. The airbag control module is also known as:
- Airbag Module
- SRS Airbag Control Module
- Restraint Control Module (RCM)
- Sensing Diagnostic Module (SDM)
- Airbag Control Module (ACM)
- SRS Control Module (SRSCM)
The SRS Airbag control module needs to be reset if your vehicle was in an accident and the airbag light turns on. However, if your vehicle was not in an accident, there are a variety of reasons why your vehicle’s airbag light may turn on. If the vehicle was not in an accident then we recommend that you take your vehicle to a body shop to get it scanned to pull the airbag codes to know what is causing the light to come on.