2003 Acura TL Q&A
2003 Acura TL Question: How can I get the SRS light to turn off?
I removed the driver side seat to do some repairs on it. After I had reinstalled it, the SRS light is 'on'. I have removed it and rechecked all the electrical connections. They all appear to be in good order. I plugged in a code reader. I got code p1456 to do with emissions and vapour pressure leak. I am of the opinion that the code reading has nothing to do with SRS light. I disconnected the battery and reconnected it. However, the SRS light is still on. I am looking for a way to get that light to go 'off'. Can someone offer an idea of what I could have done to cause this? I think that the problem is related to the seat being removed and reinstalled. - eseorf
you need a good code reader that will retrieve srs codes. i think your right but the scan will lead you in the right direction. could be a bad seat belt buckle to a bad seat bad or bad wire connection - globalhelper
If the seat was removed it is possible a wire was crimped or that the OPDS (pass side ocupant detector sensor) needs to be recalibrated. We see this a lot with accident repairs. The calibration needs to be done at a dealer with a Acura or Honda tablet. - BECK7