SRS Warning Light?


SRS stands for 'supplemental restraint system,' meaning airbags. When your SRS warning light comes on, it usually means that you airbags are failing your car's self-test for one reason or another. Perhaps they are expired (most airbags have an expiration date between 10 and 15 years after purchase), or their deploy mechanism is faulty. Either way, take it to a mechanic to have the problem checked out by an expert.
Q&A Related to "SRS Warning Light?"
According to the Repairpal Auto Repair Encyclopedia, this passive restraint system is called the supplemental restraint system (SRS) SRS is "passive' because it functions without
SRS safety restraint system. The light come on when the system detects a problem and sets a trouble code. You should have it diagnosed by a trained technician. The airbag system is
The SRS light is for the air bags. If it stays on it could indicate a fault that means the air bags will not operate in the event of an accident. First check that the electrical wiring
A warning light that looks like this or says SRS should NEVER come on
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What Is an SRS Warning Light?
You are driving down the road in a late-model automobile. Suddenly, a car swerves and you are involved in an accident. Before you know what has happened, your car's computer activates its passive restraint systems to help protect the occupants from... More »
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