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spud murphy
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Hi all

Just fitted some track rod ends and decided to remove the steering wheel to reset the dead ahead position.

Like a t1t took it for a run without the airbag to check that all was well before refitting the bag and it now looks as though the shed was unhappy about this and is merrily winking away.

Is this a stealer only reset or are there any dodges that don't involve removing the bulb.

Cheers all

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Hi guys and gals (?), my first post. I wanted to confirm that the SRS light definitely does not go out in a given period of time. I had to do some tinkering on a road trip whilst having a strange domino effect problem with my lights. While checking connections etc something must have spiked (although my radio settings remained and I did not have to enter my code.....?) and now I have the SRS light pulsing, since March if I recall correctly.

I'm due a return visit to the stealership so will have them address it.

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Hi guys and gals (?), my first post. I wanted to confirm that the SRS light definitely does not go out in a given period of time. I had to do some tinkering on a road trip whilst having a strange domino effect problem with my lights. While checking connections etc something must have spiked (although my radio settings remained and I did not have to enter my code.....?) and now I have the SRS light pulsing, since March if I recall correctly.

I'm due a return visit to the stealership so will have them address it.

Welcome :)

No it is a permanent fault code, it doesn't re-set after a number of drive cycles (or at least my one didn't - 1996 Discovery V8)

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