It is on because there is a problem with the air bags,
Supplemental Restraint System (SRS). Take it to a professional for
repair, as this repair is not a DIY one.
how do i read srs light blink on honda accord 2005?
The SRS lights says on when then is a problem with your air bag system. You need to take your Honda Accord into a service center to get it serviced.
Answer most likely a bad srs module
SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) in other words air bags.
By having a professional repair the problem with the SRS (air bags) that has triggered the light. Not a DIY repair.
SRS stands for Supplemental Restraint System or in laymen's terms, Air Bag System. If the light stays on then there is a problem with the system. It is dangerous to attempt to work on this system, so take it to a professional.
The following Website has instructions with a photo of how to reset the SRS light. The procedure works on Hondas in general http://www.hondapitstop.com/accord/technotes1/SRS/srs.html Jack Quinn
WHAT DOES "SRS" LIGHT ON 2001 HONDA ACCORD DASHBOARD MEAN AND HOW CAN YOU PUT IT OFF
You have a problem with the SRS or the light would not be on. Have it repaired by a professional and they will reset the light.
If the SRS light comes on then you have a problem with the air bag system. If you do not have a professional repair the system the light will just come back on.
SRS is Safety Restraint System. So perhaps a seatbelt is unbuckled in an occupied seat, or there's a malfunction somewhere in the SRS system.
Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) or in layman's terms, the air bags. The light in on because there is a problem with the system. Have it repaired by a professional.
Unless you have the problem with the SRS repaired the light will just come back on. It is dangerous to work on this system so have it repaired by a professional. They will reset the light.
Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) "Air Bags".
Have the SRS problem repaired by a professional and he will reset the light. This is not a DIY repair. Working on the air bags can be dangerous. Take it to a pro.