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    2002 SRS Light

    I was getting ready for work, turned on my V, and the SRS light stayed on. Coming home from work, it was still illuminated.

    I have no idea what could be causing this...

    Any help/ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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    Srs

    First off, go to Auto Zone and have them read the code. When they give this to you come back and post it. I can look it up for ya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkcr View Post
    First off, go to Auto Zone and have them read the code. When they give this to you come back and post it. I can look it up for ya.
    Ok. I will try to get to one!

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    I have a 2002 CR-V also.

    My SRS light was coming on also - right as I drove out from an oil change. The Tech told me they would check it out. They reset it and told me if it came on again, that there is a recall/warranty coverage for the SRS light. Can't remember exactly what gets replaced, but I would take it to honda and tell them you know there is a TSB/recall/warranty coverage for this.

    Good luck.

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    NOTE: Because of a class action settlement, the
    warranty extension coverage for the OPDS unit and the
    OPDS sensor on 2002 Accords, 2002–04 Civics,
    2003–04 Civic Hybrids, 2002–04 CR-Vs, 2003
    Elements, 2002 Odysseys, and 2003–04 Pilots
    purchased or leased between April 13, 2002, and
    November 7, 2006, is now 10 years or 157,500 miles,
    whichever occurs first. For more information, refer to
    Service Bulletin 06-085, Warranty Extension: Vehicle
    Warranty Mileage.
    Several vehicle models may have a problem with the
    OPDS (occupant position detection system) that
    causes the SRS indicator to stay on. Typically, one or
    more of these DTCs will be set:
    • SRS DTC 15-1 (faulty OPDS unit or OPDS not
    initialized)
    • SRS DTC 15-2 (faulty side airbag indicator circuit)
    • SRS DTC 15-3 (faulty OPDS sensor)
    To ensure continued reliability with the OPDS,
    American Honda is extending the warranty on the
    OPDS unit and the OPDS sensor to 10 years or
    150,000 miles, whichever occurs first.
    This warranty extension does not apply to any vehicle
    that has ever been declared a total loss, or any that
    has been issued a salvage, branded, or similar title
    under any state’s law. To check for vehicle eligibility,you must do a VIN status inquiry.
    NOTE:
    • When you check for SRS DTCs with the HDS, codes
    other than 15-1, 15-2, and 15-3 are not covered by
    this warranty extension bulletin.
    Last edited by tkcr; 04-05-2009 at 09:43 PM.

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    That light can be turned off by pushing the trip reset button in for about a minute and letting go, and if there actually is a problem, it will come back on later.

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    Trip Reset Button? To Reset the SRS Light? I'm sorry but who ever told you that one. The trip reset has nothing to do with the SRS system. The only way it can be reset is
    1. Fix the srs problem and the light will go out on it's own.
    2. Fix the problem and have the HDS reset the light.
    3. Don't fix the problem. Disconnect the battery for a minute, but the light may or may not come back on. ( Only do this step if you have the radio code ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkcr View Post
    Trip Reset Button? To Reset the SRS Light? I'm sorry but who ever told you that one. The trip reset has nothing to do with the SRS system. The only way it can be reset is
    1. Fix the srs problem and the light will go out on it's own.
    2. Fix the problem and have the HDS reset the light.
    3. Don't fix the problem. Disconnect the battery for a minute, but the light may or may not come back on. ( Only do this step if you have the radio code ).
    hehehe. Honda techs showed me that one. I did it. Holding the button in long enough resets all the dash indicators, and if there's a problem, the codes come back. Even if you do fix the problem, the code will stay on the dash, you still have to reset it.

    The light came on when I removed the power to the gauge cluster, then when I hooked it back up, the SRS light was on, held the button in for a while, it turned off, and never came back on = no problem.

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    Well at work we wouldn't be allowed to reset lights that way. We have to find out the cause of the light and fix it.
    I did ask one of the guys and they did say that could be done but it's not recommended, especially for us in repair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkcr View Post
    Well at work we wouldn't be allowed to reset lights that way. We have to find out the cause of the light and fix it.
    I did ask one of the guys and they did say that could be done but it's not recommended, especially for us in repair.
    hmmm... that's interesting. Honda dealership I went to, the tech just jumped in the car after I told him about it, reset it and said "if it comes back on, there is a problem, otherwise, it's from the interruption of power" and that was that. I'd assume anyone would want to look for the problem, but maybe from me explaining it he knew there was definitly not a problem.

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