After an accident, a vehicle may need various repairs such as paint fixes, engine repairs, and so forth. Other parts may need to be replaced instead of replaced. This may include the bumper or even car seat (if you have one inside the vehicle). Just like you would need to replace the car seat after every accident to ensure the car seat is working the way it should, you would also need to get the SRS airbag module reset if your airbag light is lit and/or the airbags deployed during the accident.
An airbag module is the brains of your vehicles Supplemental Restraint System, also known as the SRS. If an accident occurs, the airbag module determines whether or not the airbags need to be deployed, or if the seat belt pretensioners need to tighten. In some cases, both need to occur.
The airbag light may look different on various cars. Because a lit airbag light can be an indication that something serious may be wrong with your airbags, so it should never be overlooked or avoided. If the airbag light is lit on your dashboard, the first thing you should do is check the system of the car for fault codes. If the airbag code is related to the airbag’s deployment, you will need your SRS Airbag Module Reset. If you go to a dealer to help with this, they may inform you that you need to get an entirely new airbag module. Not only can this cost you as much as $1,000 dollars but it is not always necessary. Even if you get a used airbag module, you may be looking at extra unnecessary expenses since both a user and a new airbag module need to be re-programmed to your vehicles VIN. Instead, you can rely on Safety Restore. They are a post accident restoration company that can help you with the SRS airbag module reset. They can save you hundreds by simply resetting your vehicles original airbag module and can even re-program the airbag module if necessary. To get started and check vehicle compatibility, visit SafetyRestore.com.