Seat Airbag Repair

Has your vehicle been in an accident, causing your airbags to deploy? Is the airbag light lit on the dashboard? Did you buy a salvage car and in need of a seat airbag repair? If you answered yes to any of these questions, visit SafetyRestore.com to see how they can help you!

An airbag module is the brains of your cars Supplemental Restraint System, also known as the SRS. Using sensors, the module determines what needs to occur when your vehicle has been in an accident or collision. For example, when someone jerks on a seat belt or if you stop the car really quickly, the module determines that the seat belts need to tighten, keeping you firmly in your seat. However, it doesn’t deploy the airbags because they are not necessary in this situation. In the event of a head on collision, however, the module senses that both the seat belts need to tighten and the airbags need to deploy to keep the driver and passengers safe. If your airbags have deployed you will need to get a seat airbag repair/reset service.

Going to a dealer may not be the best route to go in this event. They are likely to tell you that you need to get a new airbag module, which can cost you upwards of $1,000 dollars. Whether you get a used or new module, it will need to get re-programmed to your vehicles VIN. This can be part of a lengthy, difficult, and costly process.

Instead, you can just have your car Airbag Reset to its factory condition for a fraction of the cost. To get started, visit SafetyRestore.com. Check their list of Honda module part numbers to ensure that your Honda model is compatible. If you still decide to get a new or used air bag module to replace your vehicle’s current module, Safety Restore can also handle the reprogramming of the module. Either way, they offer a lifetime guarantee on all their services, and have a 24 hour turnaround time, getting you back on the road quickly and safely.

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