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Srs dtc 85-63 model id code or variation code inconsistent of opds
2010 Acura TL

SRS DTC 85-63 Model ID code or variation code inconsistent of OPDS

(2010 Acura TL)
I have a flood car which I purchased from auction some time ago. I have been stumped as to how to proceed with this vehicle. I have replaced the SRS, OPDS, as well as swapped out seats (to check SWS). I have an HDS unit (it is older...which does make me wonder if it can correctly communicate with the SRS which is newer (less than a year old)) which I attempted to use
to initialize and calibrate everything. As I walk through the steps to clear and program everything, the system shows that all is well and completes what appears to be the final step (drive the car 22 MPH, put an object of known weight, drive 22 MPH, stop on level ground etc) as soon as it finishes and says its done the code returns. I think there is a possibility that something
could be wrong in the wiring harness - but I don't have any schematics to look up (or know where to go to buy schematics so I can check what the voltages should be, make sure there is continuity nothing grounded etc..) - thank you
What seems to make the problem better or worse? N/A
How long have you had this problem? years
Tags: opds, srs, hds, programming, sws, acura, tl
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on October 30, 2018
I think you would benefit greatly from a workshop repair manual for your car. It's going to be hard to us to walk you through the issues you may run into with a flood car.
Use this link to get a manual for your car so you can check over wiring and learn about your SRS system as well.
http://bit.ly/2L2Ptj3
Alex
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on October 30, 2018
I think you would benefit greatly from a workshop repair manual for your car. It's going to be hard to us to walk you through the issues you may run into with a flood car.
Use this link to get a manual for your car so you can check over wiring and learn about your SRS system as well.
http://bit.ly/2L2Ptj3
Alex
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on October 30, 2018
Vehicles that have been subjected to flooding are usually considered a total loss!

Good luck!
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