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Old 09-18-2020, 06:41 PM   #1
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Default Sprinter Trouble Light on SRS

I have a 2005 Dodge/MB Sprinter and recently the red SRS warning light came on. I can find no obvious issues that should cause this.

Compared to newer vehicles, there are no sensors in the passenger seat to lock out the passenger side airbag when no one is in the seat (it was suggested I check this). Seatbelt sensors are only on the driver's belt.

My generic OBD reader shows no issues.
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I'm interested to see what others say. My SRS light has been on since I purchased my RV a few years ago. The dealer wanted to fix it but I was already delayed 2 days by having to wait for an immobilizer.
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I took it in to a mechanic, and he was able to reset the code. It has not reappeared. There were no problems with the system.

What I believe happened was in trying to get some access under the steering column, I removed the big module that contains the fuse panel and a number of relays and other controls. I think this introduced the fault, and this fault is not user resettable.
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