Date: Sun, 6 Dec 1998 10:12:14 GMT
From: Denis Naylor <>
Subject: Re: SRS light

The message <> from homepaulnopsamcom (HomePaul) contains these words: > Bill, > No such luck; time to drag the car into the dealer/mechanic to have the SRS > computer reset, and have the fault fixed. The computer apparently has an EEPROM > that will retain all the faults stored up. > Ran into that myself last month on my Saab. > Paul An eprom....well no surprise there but what we need is information on how to reset this. It could be as simple as a momentary grounding of one pin of a chip and there may even be a hidden reset switch somewhere to achieve this, but does anyone have any information? On the other hand it may be only available to the dealer via the diagnostic sockets,and certainly this is the popular belief,does anyone know any different? I have a 1995 900s with the srs light on and this light was triggered simply by dissconnecting the battery and reconnecting it during maintenance!! Denis...

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