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Hi,

I'm really struggling to find a replacement part for my mk2 cr-v. The crash sensor has been faulty for a while, each time it's replaced it gives another fault. On investigation I'm starting to think it's been replaced with the wrong part in the past.

The model number I have for the sensor that's working on drivers side is 77930-SCA-E910. On the passenger side it's been replaced with 79930-SCA-E812 but that went faulty after a week.

This may seem like a stupid question, but what's the difference between the two? When I search I cannot find the part ending 910 at all. I looked at hondapartsdeals.com but I don't know the trim of my car so I was kind of guessing, but it each case it shows different part numbers.

The car is due an MOT in less than a month and won't pass if I can't get this fixed. I even contacted honda directly who won't make the part unless they can get enough orders for it.

Any advice welcomed!
 

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Not sure about the UK model, but the Japanese model for N. America has the same front crash sensor on the left as it does on the right. You have a post in another thread and I asked for the exact SRS trouble code. That will help a lot. As is the case with general DTCs on any car, it will give you a code number and title, but that doesn't mean "go replace that part". It means that part's system is having an issue, which you then need to figure out/diagnose.
 
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