2011 Acura TSX Code 21-10
The car hit a column on the left front corner in an underground parking garage and the driver's airbag was deployed. No passengers were in the car. In addition to the air bag codes, I have the following codes:
21-10 "Open or Increased resistance in the left front seat belt tensioner"
62-10 "Open in the right front seat belt buckle switch"
61-10 "Open in the left front seat belt buckle switch"
The seatbelt retracts freely and clicks in properly. I do not know if the driver had the seatbelt on at the time of the crash. Could this be a faulty electrical issue in the buckle unrelated to the crash? I have heard if the seatbelt tensioner is deployed, the seatbelt doesn't retract anymore. Is this true?
Also, i don't see any codes for the front crash sensors. Do I need to replace them regardless or should they be replaced only if there is a code?
We are able to reset the airbag module and repair the seatbelt if it is not functioning properly. If the belt is received and shows no issues, you will be charged a bench test fee of $39.99 per belt instead of the repair cost.
The cost for the reset service is $74.99. Pricing on the seatbelts depends on how many electrical plugs are on each belt. A belt can have up to 3 plugs.
1 plug = Single Stage ($84.99)
2 plugs = Dual Stage ($114.99)
3 plugs = Triple Stage ($129.99)
Please keep in mind this price doesn't include the return shipping. You can visit our website, MyAirbags.com to create your order, view your full total and print out a FedEx shipping label that you can use. There is a 24-hour turnaround time for both of these services, we will send you an email notification for payment once we are done with your parts.
Please also note, seat belts are considered Hazardous Material by law and will require a signature