No coincidence. It just happens.
There's a code behind that light. Get it read.
As far as I know, those generic OBD-II readers that PartSource will lend
you for free won't read SRS codes, so you'll need to pony up $80 or so to
have the dealer read them. Unless somebody else has a better idea...
All you really need to know right now is that the SRS is simply disabled,
so it's like you're driving my '91 Integra, which has no SRS.
Update - Got the code read and it said faulty driver side seat belt
buckle. Over the weekend I replaced it and the SRS light is still on.
My next chore is resetting the light and I hope it goes out. 2000
Accord SE 4 door with manual cloth seats.
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