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Subaru SRS Airbag Module Reset

by Repairmy Srs Owner


All vehicles that were manufactured after 1996 for the U.S. market contain the SRS. This system protects the driver as well as the passengers in the event of any accident. The airbag module is the brains which is why it is sometimes referred to as the airbag brains. The SRS airbag module goes by many names: Airbag Electronic Crash Unit, ECU, Supplemental Restraint System, SRS, SRS control unit, or the derm. The airbag module has the important job of determining what needs to occur when. Here are some examples of what the module would do in a certain situation. In the event a driver slams on the brakes quickly, the SRS Module determines that the seat belts need to lock putting the driver or passenger firmly into their seat. In this situation, the airbags are very unlikely to deploy. However, in a major accident like a collision, the SRS airbag module determines deploying the airbags along with locking the seat belts are necessary in order to help protect the person in the seat.

When the airbags have been deployed, an airbag code will come up. This looks different in various cars. It may be a diagram of a person with an airbag deployed or the text “air bag deactivated” or “airbag off”. In this situation you will need Subaru SRS Airbag Module Reset.

If you go to a dealer, they are likely to tell you that you need a new module. However, buying a new or even used module instead of simply using your vehicle’s existing one can cost you hundreds. This is because, when you install a different module inside your vehicle, used or new, you will need to program it to your VIN which requires a dealer in order to happen. This can be a costly and time consuming replacement.

Instead of throwing away your airbag SRS module and buying a new or used one, utilize your existing module and get your Subaru SRS Airbag Module Reset. RepairMySRS is a company that specializes in post accident restoration. With only a $49 reset cost, RepairMySRS can save you time and money. Potentially hundreds of dollars actually. They help your SRS Unit meet or even exceed the FMVSS standards, keeping you safe on the road. The process to getting your airbag module good as new is fast and simple, regardless of your choice of using your existing airbag module or getting a new one. After checking out online, all you would need to do is send your module to their repair center. Once their expert technicians receive your module, RepairMySRS can repair or reset it (as well as reprogram it if necessary) and ship it back to you within 24 hours.Visit RepairMySRS.com to get started.



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