Airbag Module Reset Service

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Part Total: $49.00

If your vehicle was in an accident then you can send your airbag control module. It will be reset to its original factory condition and sent back to you within 24 hours. Our service is 100% guaranteed or your money back. Order today and save!

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Step 1: Does this fit my vehicle?

Step 2: Seat Belt Repair?

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Step 3: Clockspring Airbag Connectors

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What is the issue with your part?

Crash data
Airbags deployed
Seat belt locked
Vehicle was in accident

Service Description

We reset airbag modules after vehicle was in accident

  • Airbag light on?
  • Airbags deployed?
  • Diagnostic tool reads “crash data stored” ?
  • Dealership tells you that you need a new module ?

If your vehicle was in an accident, send the module to us for reset. Even after small accident codes will be stored in the module.  We can reset your airbag light and clear any crash codes inside your airbag control module. Stop buying used or new airbag modules  and send to us for reset. Reset your original airbag module and save time and money. Our service is 100% guaranteed or your money back. If your vehicle is not in the list below then you may need a module reset with hardware issues (click here)

Airbag control module is also known as:

  • Airbag Module
  • SRS Airbag Control Module
  • Airbag ECU (Electronic Crash Unit)
  • Airbag Control Module (ACM)
  • Restraint Control Module (RCM)
  • Sensing Diagnostic Module (SDM)
  • SRS Control Module (SRSCM)
  • Occupant Restraint Controller (ORC)
  • SAS Unit (Sophisticated Airbag Sensor) Module
  • Event data recorder (EDR)
SRS Airbag control module needs to be reset  if your vehicle was in an accident and the airbag light is 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.  Our skilled technicians at MyAirbags provide high quality airbag module reset services for customers nationwide. Listed below are the top 5 questions and answers our technicians hear when a vehicle’s airbag light is on.

FAQs  about Airbag Light

1. Why is Airbag Light On?

1. Why is Airbag Light On?

Common Customer Questions:

  • It just turned on
  • The light randomly came on
  • My vehicle was in an accident

If you know your vehicle was in an accident, then MyAirbags can absolutely help you and reset your airbag module. We provide Reset & Return service to reset airbag control modules. If your vehicle was in an accident, we recommend that you send your original module to us for reset to avoid additional trip to the dealer for coding. Most of the late model cars will have partial VIN stored in the airbag control module. If your vehicle has NOT been involved in an accident.

  1. We recommend that you have your vehicle scanned by a body shop to see what code you have.
  2. If they tell you that the airbag module is bad and not because of an accident then we do provide replacement srs airbag control modules.
  3. We recommend that you use the part number that is on top of your module to locate replacement module. When you purchase a used or new airbag control module it may need to be programmed/configured to your vehicle.
  4. Search our OEM SRS Airbag Modules Ready To Ship

2. Why Did the Airbag Light Just Turn On One Day?

2. Why Did the Airbag Light Just Turn On One Day?

If the airbag light in your vehicle just turned on without an accident, there may be an issue with the airbag system computer, or there may be a bad component within the airbag system. If your vehicle has NOT been involved in an accident, we recommend you watch the accompanying tips and tech video and have your module scanned by a body shop tech before mailing your airbag module to us.

Some important things you should know:

  1. Install airbag control module last, after all repairs are done. All airbags, impact sensors, seat belts and other SRS components must be installed and connected properly.
  2. The reset SRS airbag control module must go back into the same vehicle that it came out of. Airbag control modules are programmed to vehicle VIN number. If module is not original then you may need to have additional programming done on the vehicle to initialize/calibrate the module to the vehicle.
  3. Install all Airbag SRS components (except the module itself) and reconnect them properly first. SRS Installation components include: airbags, all seat belts, the clock spring, impact sensors and fuses.
  4. Disconnect vehicle battery terminals
  5. Once the battery is disconnected, airbag control module MUST BE securely reinstalled and bolted down tightly with all bolts.  “Securely” is defined here as completely fastened i.e. with the use of tools: wrench, ratchet wrench or torque wrench (key is: beyond hand threaded).
  6. Lastly, connect the wiring harness plugs to the airbag control module and reconnect the battery.

If the vehicle hasn’t been in an accident and the airbag light turns on it usually means there is a connection issue with the seat belt, the airbag, or the impact sensor, or that one of these components needs to be replaced.

3. Should I Send the Airbag Module for Reset or Buy Used?

3. Should I Send the Airbag Module for Reset or Buy Used?

Our certified technicians at MyAirbags recommend resetting your vehicle’s airbag module if the vehicle has been involved in an accident. Resetting the airbag module diminishes the need for any additional programming, and when properly installed into a working system, the airbag light will turn off. When you get the module back from us it is factory reset and is exactly like new and is a good module, free from all hard codes and soft codes. If your airbag light is still on after reinstalling correctly, then there is a problem with one of the connections or bad airbags, seat belts, clock spring and/or impact sensors and there would be a soft code stored in the module identifying the issue. Check that all SRS components and connections are good. Also, if you have purchased used parts then make sure that they were not from a flood vehicle.  To summarize: if you still have an airbag light on after receiving ours and following the rules for correct installation, then there are additional problems that only a body shop tech can address—it is not an airbag module problem.

4. Does MyAirbags Sell Replacement Airbag Modules?

4. Does MyAirbags Sell Replacement Airbag Modules?

MyAirbags does sell replacement airbag computer modules. 

  1. We recommend that you use the part number that is on top of your module to locate replacement module. When you purchase a used or new airbag control module it may need to be programmed/configured to your vehicle.
  2. Search our OEM SRS Airbag Modules Ready To Ship

When calling to order a replacement airbag computer module, please be prepared to give our customer service tech representatives the original module part number. Once we have the original module part number, we will be able to verify if we have the module in stock to sell you a replacement airbag computer module.

5. What if I’ve Already Purchased a New or Used Airbag Module Replacement?

5. What if I’ve Already Purchased a New or Used Airbag Module Replacement?

We advise our customers to compare the part numbers of their replacement airbag computer module to the vehicle’s original module; if the part numbers do no match, it is unlikely that the airbag module will work in the vehicle. Also, remember: the airbag module MUST BE FOR THE SAME VEHICLE IT CAME FROM.  If for instance, the module is for a 2008 Honda Accord, the replacement must be for 2008 Honda Accord. Once the replacement airbag module has been correctly installed in the vehicle the airbag light may still turn on. Again, for the reasons detailed above, you need to verify that you have followed the correct steps and that other parts were not from a flood damaged vehicle.  However, if you have done everything else successfully, the airbag module may need to be reprogrammed for the specific VIN of your car by that manufacturer’s dealership.  This is why we always recommend that customers send in their original modules from their vehicles.  Each module is coded for the VIN of the automobile it is in.

HOW THIS SERVICE WORKS

Carefully remove your part from your vehicle. Please see our removal instructions, if you are not sure how to remove it or take it your local bodyshop.

Securely pack your part, using the correct box so that your part cannot be damaged in transit. Take special care when packing.

Once we receive your part, we will repair it and ship it back to you within 24 hours.

Service Description

We reset airbag modules after vehicle was in accident

  • Airbag light on?
  • Airbags deployed?
  • Diagnostic tool reads “crash data stored” ?
  • Dealership tells you that you need a new module ?

If your vehicle was in an accident, send the module to us for reset. Even after small accident codes will be stored in the module.  We can reset your airbag light and clear any crash codes inside your airbag control module. Stop buying used or new airbag modules  and send to us for reset. Reset your original airbag module and save time and money. Our service is 100% guaranteed or your money back. If your vehicle is not in the list below then you may need a module reset with hardware issues (click here)

Airbag control module is also known as:

  • Airbag Module
  • SRS Airbag Control Module
  • Airbag ECU (Electronic Crash Unit)
  • Airbag Control Module (ACM)
  • Restraint Control Module (RCM)
  • Sensing Diagnostic Module (SDM)
  • SRS Control Module (SRSCM)
  • Occupant Restraint Controller (ORC)
  • SAS Unit (Sophisticated Airbag Sensor) Module
  • Event data recorder (EDR)
SRS Airbag control module needs to be reset  if your vehicle was in an accident and the airbag light is 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.  Our skilled technicians at MyAirbags provide high quality airbag module reset services for customers nationwide. Listed below are the top 5 questions and answers our technicians hear when a vehicle’s airbag light is on.

FAQs  about Airbag Light

1. Why is Airbag Light On?

1. Why is Airbag Light On?

Common Customer Questions:

  • It just turned on
  • The light randomly came on
  • My vehicle was in an accident

If you know your vehicle was in an accident, then MyAirbags can absolutely help you and reset your airbag module. We provide Reset & Return service to reset airbag control modules. If your vehicle was in an accident, we recommend that you send your original module to us for reset to avoid additional trip to the dealer for coding. Most of the late model cars will have partial VIN stored in the airbag control module. If your vehicle has NOT been involved in an accident.

  1. We recommend that you have your vehicle scanned by a body shop to see what code you have.
  2. If they tell you that the airbag module is bad and not because of an accident then we do provide replacement srs airbag control modules.
  3. We recommend that you use the part number that is on top of your module to locate replacement module. When you purchase a used or new airbag control module it may need to be programmed/configured to your vehicle.
  4. Search our OEM SRS Airbag Modules Ready To Ship

2. Why Did the Airbag Light Just Turn On One Day?

2. Why Did the Airbag Light Just Turn On One Day?

If the airbag light in your vehicle just turned on without an accident, there may be an issue with the airbag system computer, or there may be a bad component within the airbag system. If your vehicle has NOT been involved in an accident, we recommend you watch the accompanying tips and tech video and have your module scanned by a body shop tech before mailing your airbag module to us.

Some important things you should know:

  1. Install airbag control module last, after all repairs are done. All airbags, impact sensors, seat belts and other SRS components must be installed and connected properly.
  2. The reset SRS airbag control module must go back into the same vehicle that it came out of. Airbag control modules are programmed to vehicle VIN number. If module is not original then you may need to have additional programming done on the vehicle to initialize/calibrate the module to the vehicle.
  3. Install all Airbag SRS components (except the module itself) and reconnect them properly first. SRS Installation components include: airbags, all seat belts, the clock spring, impact sensors and fuses.
  4. Disconnect vehicle battery terminals
  5. Once the battery is disconnected, airbag control module MUST BE securely reinstalled and bolted down tightly with all bolts.  “Securely” is defined here as completely fastened i.e. with the use of tools: wrench, ratchet wrench or torque wrench (key is: beyond hand threaded).
  6. Lastly, connect the wiring harness plugs to the airbag control module and reconnect the battery.

If the vehicle hasn’t been in an accident and the airbag light turns on it usually means there is a connection issue with the seat belt, the airbag, or the impact sensor, or that one of these components needs to be replaced.

3. Should I Send the Airbag Module for Reset or Buy Used?

3. Should I Send the Airbag Module for Reset or Buy Used?

Our certified technicians at MyAirbags recommend resetting your vehicle’s airbag module if the vehicle has been involved in an accident. Resetting the airbag module diminishes the need for any additional programming, and when properly installed into a working system, the airbag light will turn off. When you get the module back from us it is factory reset and is exactly like new and is a good module, free from all hard codes and soft codes. If your airbag light is still on after reinstalling correctly, then there is a problem with one of the connections or bad airbags, seat belts, clock spring and/or impact sensors and there would be a soft code stored in the module identifying the issue. Check that all SRS components and connections are good. Also, if you have purchased used parts then make sure that they were not from a flood vehicle.  To summarize: if you still have an airbag light on after receiving ours and following the rules for correct installation, then there are additional problems that only a body shop tech can address—it is not an airbag module problem.

4. Does MyAirbags Sell Replacement Airbag Modules?

4. Does MyAirbags Sell Replacement Airbag Modules?

MyAirbags does sell replacement airbag computer modules. 

  1. We recommend that you use the part number that is on top of your module to locate replacement module. When you purchase a used or new airbag control module it may need to be programmed/configured to your vehicle.
  2. Search our OEM SRS Airbag Modules Ready To Ship

When calling to order a replacement airbag computer module, please be prepared to give our customer service tech representatives the original module part number. Once we have the original module part number, we will be able to verify if we have the module in stock to sell you a replacement airbag computer module.

5. What if I’ve Already Purchased a New or Used Airbag Module Replacement?

5. What if I’ve Already Purchased a New or Used Airbag Module Replacement?

We advise our customers to compare the part numbers of their replacement airbag computer module to the vehicle’s original module; if the part numbers do no match, it is unlikely that the airbag module will work in the vehicle. Also, remember: the airbag module MUST BE FOR THE SAME VEHICLE IT CAME FROM.  If for instance, the module is for a 2008 Honda Accord, the replacement must be for 2008 Honda Accord. Once the replacement airbag module has been correctly installed in the vehicle the airbag light may still turn on. Again, for the reasons detailed above, you need to verify that you have followed the correct steps and that other parts were not from a flood damaged vehicle.  However, if you have done everything else successfully, the airbag module may need to be reprogrammed for the specific VIN of your car by that manufacturer’s dealership.  This is why we always recommend that customers send in their original modules from their vehicles.  Each module is coded for the VIN of the automobile it is in.

Common Faults

Common Crash Codes

  • B1000 – SDM malfunction
  • B1000/31 – Center Airbag Sensor Assembly Malfunction
  • B1034 – Crash zone sensor has malfunctioned
  • B1035 – Crash zone sensor communication error
  • B1193 – Crash Event Storage
  • B1231 – Event Threshold Exceeded
  • B1239 – Air bag diagnosis sensor unit is malfunctioning
  • B1209 – Collision detection.
  • B1210 – Collision detection.
  • B1499 – SRS-ECU air bag condition monitor detects deployed air bag
  • 65535 – Internal control module memory error-intermittent
  • B1620 – Internal fault-Replace SRSCM
  • B1650 – Crash Recorded in 1st Stage Only(Frontal-Replace SRSCM)
  • B167000  – Crash recorded in full stage(Frontal-Replace SRSCM)
  • 5-1 – Internal Failure of the SRS unit
  • 9-1 – Internal Failure of the SRS unit

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Removal Instructions

Failure to follow instructions below may result in the accidental deployment of “air bag”, “seat belt”, which increases the risk of serious personal injury or death.

  • Never probe the electrical connectors on air bag or seat belt.
  • Never disassemble or tamper with safety belt buckle/retractor pretensioners, adaptive load limiting retractors, safety belt inflators, or probe the electrical connectors.
  • Do not use electrical test equipment to check SRS circuits unless instructed to in this Service Manual.
  • Before servicing the SRS, turn ignition switch OFF, disconnect both battery cables and wait at least 3 minutes. For approximately 3 minutes after the cables are removed, it is still possible for the air bag and seat belt pre-tensioner to deploy. Therefore, do not work on any SRS connectors or wires until at least 3 minutes have passed.

How It Works

  1. Carefully remove your part from your vehicle. Please see our removal instructions, if you are not sure how to remove it or take it your local body shop.
  2. Securely pack your part, using the correct box so that your part cannot be damaged in transit. Take special care when packing.  Include: Name, Return Address, Phone Number
  3. Once we receive your part, we will repair it and ship it back to you within 24 hours.

Warranty

Lifetime Warranty

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