SRS Airbag Module DTC Code B0051, B0052, B0053

B0051, B0052, B0053 Deployment Commanded
Got a B0051, B0052, or B0053 crash code on your SRS airbag module? We can reset it.

Are you getting the SRS Airbag Module DTC Code B0051, B0052 or B0053 (Deployment Commanded) on your Cadillac, GM, Buick, Chevy (Chevrolet), Hummer, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Saturn or SAAB vehicle? 

The code description might be: Control Unit Collision Decision Active

If so, this code cannot be easily erased or cleared with a diagnostic scan tool because it is hard embedded. This happens when the vehicle was in a collision/accident. After the accident one of these crash codes will be entered and stored in the ACM/SDM SRS Airbag Control Module.

So what now?

Well you have a few options: You could overspend by purchasing a new airbag module, or you can use our SRS airbag module reset service for just $49 and have the crash code removed and the module reset by clicking here!

Some more information about our service:

You may need to get your SRS airbag module reset following an accident after seeing your airbag light go on and learning that the module has stored crash data in the system. While you need to clear these codes and get rid of the airbag light, you may want to brush up on the meaning of some different lights that can potentially be displayed on your dash. The symbols that light up cover a wide range of issues–some of which could be serious. 

First off, the engine temperature warning light, often in red, indicates that your engine is too hot.

The tire pressure warning light, usually in yellow, shows that the tire pressure in one or more of the tires is too low and should be looked at. 

You will know there’s a problem with your car’s oil pressure system or your engine is running low on oil when the oil pressure warning light, in the shape of a genie’s bottle, lights up in red. 

The traction control symbol in yellow indicates that the car’s traction control system is activated.

The ABS light stands for antilock brake warning and means there is an issue with the anti-lock brake system that needs to be diagnosed and fixed. 

In the form of a green shoe, the automatic shift lock or engine start indicator tells you that you need to engage the brake, either to get back out of neutral or to start your car’s ignition. 

The red battery alert sign indicates that the charging system of your car is short of power and that you are running solely on battery. 

And finally, as you probably already know, the fuel indicator system–which is usually in yellow–shows that you are running low on fuel. What some people do not realize is that the symbol on the fuel gauge also has an arrow beside it that indicates the side of the vehicle that has the gas cap. No more gas station three-point turns while driving a rental  necessary after learning this tip!

Lucky for you, when it comes to your airbag light being turned off, theres a company that can do it for you easily and in a quick 24 hour turnaround time–Safety Restore. Safety Restore gets rid of all hard codes and erases crash data to restore your SRS module to factory condition. Their services are 100% guaranteed and require no additional programming.  To ensure quality, the company employs only highly trained engineers to perform the SRS airbag module reset and uses 100% OEM parts. Order your SRS airbag module reset at Safety Restore today!

Acura (1999-2000) SRS Airbag Module DTC Crash Codes

Acura SRS Airbag Module DTC Crash Codes
Reset your Acura srs airbag module for just $49.

Was your Acura in an accident? Or maybe you purchased it salvage? No matter the reason, if your Acura was in a crash, then the airbag light will be on. To turn it off, you have to either replace your SRS airbag module, or, the better option that saves you lots of money – reset the airbag module with us for just $49!

If you have an Acura from the years 1999 to 2000, then the Acura DTC crash codes stored on your airbag module will most likely be one of the following:

  • 1-1 & 1-2 open circuited Or high Resistance In Drivers Inflatable Air Bag Module
  • 1-3 short circuited To a Wire In Driver’s Inflatable Air Bag Module Or low Resistance
  • 1-4 short circuited To 12 volt power or VSS. Driver’s Inflatable Air Bag Module
  • 1-5 short circuited To Ground. Drivers Inflatable Air Bag Module
  • 2-1 & 2-2 open circuited In Passenger’s Inflatable Air Bag Module
  • 2-3 short circuited To a Wire In Passenger’s Inflatable Air Bag Module Or low Resistance
  • 2-4 short circuited To 12 volt power or VSS, Passenger’s Inflatable Air Bag Module
  • 2-5 short circuited To Ground, Passenger’s Inflatable Air Bag Module
  • 3-1 & 3-2 open circuited Or high Resistance In Driver’s Seat Belt Pretensioner (Explosive Device)
  • 3-3 short circuited To a Wire Or low Resistance In Driver’s Seat Belt Pretensioner (Explosive Device)
  • 3-4 short circuited To 12 volt power or VSS In Driver’s Seat Belt Pretensioner (Explosive Device)
  • 3-5 short circuited To Ground In Driver’s Seat Belt Pretensioner (Explosive Device)
  • 4-1 & 4-2 open circuited Or high Resistance In Front Passenger’s Seat Belt Pretensioner (Explosive Device)
  • 4-3 short circuited To a Wire Or low Resistance In Front Passenger’s Seat Belt Pretensioner (Explosive Device)
  • 4-4 short circuited To 12 volt power or VSS In Passenger’s Seat Belt Pretensioner (Explosive Device)
  • 4-5 short circuited To Ground In Passenger’s Seat Belt Pretensioner (Explosive Device)
    5-1, 5-2, 5-4, 5-5, 5-8, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4, 6-5, 6-6, 6-7, 6-8, 7- 1, 7-2, 7-3, 8-1, 8-2, 8-5, 8- 6, 8-7 & 8-8 Internal Failure Of SRS or Supplemental 
  • Restraint System Unit. Check Battery System Voltage, If Voltage Is Low , repair 12 volt power or VSS feed circuit Prior To Troubleshooting SRS or Supplemental Restraint System 
  • 9-1 Intermittent SRS or Supplemental Restraint System Failures
  • 9-2 SRS or Supplemental Restraint System Unit Internal Failure
  • 9-3 Faulty Driver’s Seat Belt Buckle Switch
  • 9-4 Faulty Passenger’s Seat Belt Buckle Switch
  • 10-1 Seat Belt Pretensioner (Explosive Device) Deployed
  • 10-2 Driver’s Side Air Bag Deployed
  • 10-3 Seat Belt Pretensioner (Explosive Device) & Driver’s Side Air Bag Deployed
  • 10-4 Front Passenger’s Side Air Bag Deployed
  • 10-5 Seat Belt Pretensioner (Explosive Device) & Front Passenger’s Side Air Bag Deployed
  • 10-6 Driver’s & Front Passenger’s Air Bags Deployed
  • 10-7 Seat Belt Pretensioner (Explosive Device) & Driver’s & Front Passenger’s Side Air Bags Deployed
  • 11-1 & 11-2 open circuited Or high Resistance In Driver’s Side Inflatable Air Bag Module
  • 11-3 short circuited To a Wire Or low Resistance In Driver’s Side Inflatable Air Bag Module
  • 11-4 short circuited To 12 volt power or VSS In Driver’s Side Inflatable Air Bag Module
  • 11-5 short circuited To Ground In Driver’s Side Inflatable Air Bag Module
  • 12-1 & 12-2 open circuited Or high Resistance In Front Passengers Side Inflatable Air Bag Module
  • 12-3 short circuited To a Wire Or low Resistance In Front Passenger’s Side Inflatable Air Bag Module
  • 12-4 short circuited To 12 volt power or VSS In Front Passenger’s Side Inflatable Air Bag Module
  • 12-5 short circuited To Ground In Front Passenger’s Side Inflatable Air Bag Module
  • 13-1 & 13-2 Faulty Driver’s Side Module Or SRS or Supplemental Restraint System Unit
  • 13-3 No Signal From Driver’s Side Impact Sensor
  • 13-4 Faulty 12 volt power or VSS supply or 12 volt power or VSS feed To Driver’s Side Impact Sensor
  • 13-5 Faulty Safing Sensor For Driver’s Side Impact Sensor
  • 14-1 Faulty Passenger’s Side Impact Sensor Or SRS or Supplemental Restraint System Unit
  • 14-2 Faulty Passenger’s Side Impact Sensor Or SRS or Supplemental Restraint System Unit
  • 14-3 Faulty SRS or Supplemental Restraint System Floor Harness Or Front Passenger’s Side Impact Sensor
  • 14-4 Faulty 12 volt power or VSS supply or 12 volt power or VSS feed To Front Passenger’s Side Impact Sensor
  • 14-5 Faulty Safing Sensor For Front Passenger’s Side Impact Sensor
  • 15-1 Faulty OPDS Unit
  • 15-2 Faulty Side Impact Air Bag Indicator light Circuit
  • 15-3 Faulty OPDS Sensor
  • 21-1 open circuited Or high Resistance In Driver’s Seat Belt Buckle Pretensioner (Explosive Device)
  • 21-3 short circuited To a Wire Or low Resistance In Driver’s Seat Belt Buckle Pretensioner (Explosive Device)
  • 21-4 short circuited To Ground In Driver’s Seat Belt Buckle Pretensioner (Explosive Device)
  • 21-5 short circuited To 12 volt power or VSS In Driver’s Seat Belt Buckle Pretensioner (Explosive Device)
  • 22-1 open circuited Or high Resistance In Passenger’s Seat Belt Buckle Pretensioner (Explosive Device)
  • 22-3 short circuited To a Wire Or low Resistance In Passenger’s Seat Belt Buckle Pretensioner (Explosive Device)
  • 22-4 short circuited To Ground In Passenger’s Seat Belt Buckle Pretensioner (Explosive Device)
  • 22-5 short circuited To 12 volt power or VSS In Passenger’s Seat Belt Buckle Pretensioner (Explosive Device)

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Honda (2002-2011) SRS Airbag Module DTC Codes

Honda SRS Airbag Module DTC Codes
Your Honda been in an accident? Need to have the airbag light turned off? Contact us to learn more about our SRS airbag module reset service today.

Has your Honda been in an accident and currently have its airbag light on/illuminated? Chances are your airbag module is triggering one of the following Honda airbag module DTC crash codes and needs to be reset to have the light turned off. We offer that service for just $49, saving you hundreds from having to purchase a new airbag module!

  • A1-1x Faulty Power Supply VA Line
  • A2-1x Faulty Power Supply VB Line
  • D1-11 Driver Air Bag Module And Seat Belt Tensioner Deployed
  • D2-11 Passenger Air Bag Module And Seat Belt Tensioner Deployed
  • D3-11 Driver Air Bag Module Deployed
  • D4-11 Passenger Air Bag Module Deployed
  • D7-11 Rear End Collision
  • E4-11 Passenger Side Impact Air Bag Module Deployed
  • F1-11 Driver Air Bag Module And Seat Belt Tensioner Deployed
  • F2-11 Passenger Air Bag Module And Seat Belt Tensioner Deployed
  • F3-11 Driver Side Impact Air Bag Module Deployed
  • F4-11 Passenger Side Impact Air Bag Module Deployed
  • 11-Ax short circuited To Power In Driver Air Bag Second Module
  • 11-Bx short circuited To Ground In Driver Air Bag Second Module
  • 11-1x open circuited Or high Resistance In Driver Air Bag Module
  • 11-3x short circuited To Another Wire Or low Resistance In Driver Air Bag Module
  • 11-4x open circuited Or high Resistance In Driver Air Bag Second Module
  • 11-5x high Resistance In Driver Air Bag Second Module
  • 11-6x short circuited To Another Wire Or low Resistance In Driver Air Bag Second Module
  • 11-8x short circuited To Power In Driver Air Bag First Module
  • 11-9x short circuited To Ground In Driver Air Bag First Module
  • 12-Ax short circuited To Power In Passenger Air Bag Second Module
  • 12-Bx short circuited To Ground In Passenger Air Bag Second Module
  • 12-1x open circuited Or high Resistance In Passenger Air Bag First Module
  • 12-2x high Resistance In Passenger Air Bag First Module
  • 12-3x short circuited To Another Wire Or low Resistance In Passenger Air Bag First Module
  • 12-4x open circuited Or high Resistance In Passenger Air Bag Second Module
  • 12-5x high Resistance In Passenger Air Bag Second Module
  • 12-6x short circuited To Another Wire Or low Resistance In Passenger Air Bag Second Module
  • 12-8x short circuited To Power In Passenger Air Bag First Module
  • 12-9x short circuited To Ground In Passenger Air Bag First Module
  • 21-1x open circuited Or high Resistance In Driver Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 21-2x high Resistance In Driver Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 21-3x short circuited To Another Wire Or low Resistance In Driver Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 21-8x short circuited To Power In Driver Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 21-9x short circuited To Ground In Driver Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 22-1x open circuited Or high Resistance In Passenger Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 22-2x high Resistance In Passenger Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 22-3x short circuited To Another Wire Or low Resistance In Passenger Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 22-8x short circuited To Power In Passenger Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 22-9x short circuited To Ground In Passenger Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 31-ix open circuited Or high Resistance In Driver Side Impact Air Bag Module
  • 31-2x high Resistance In Driver Side Impact Air Bag Module
  • 31-3x short circuited To Another Wire Or low Resistance In Driver Side Impact Air Bag Module
  • 31-8x short circuited To Power In Driver Side Impact Air Bag Module
  • 31-9x short circuited To Ground In Driver Side Impact Air Bag Module
  • 32-1x open circuited Or high Resistance In Front Passenger Side Impact Air Bag Module
  • 32-2x high Resistance In Passenger Side Impact Air Bag Module
  • 32-3x short circuited To Another Wire Or low Resistance In Passenger Side Impact Air Bag Module
  • 32-8x short circuited To Power In Passenger Side Impact Air Bag Module
  • 32-9x short circuited To Ground In Passenger Side Impact Air Bag Module
  • 33-1x open circuited Or high Resistance In Driver Roof Panel Air Bag Module
  • 33-3x short circuited To Another Wire Or low Resistance In Driver Roof Panel Air Bag Module
  • 33-8x short circuited To Power In Driver Roof Panel Air Bag Module
  • 33-9x short circuited To Ground In Driver Roof Panel Air Bag Module
  • 34-ix open circuited Or high Resistance In Passenger Roof Panel Air Bag Module
  • 34-3x short circuited To Another Wire Or low Resistance In Passenger Roof Panel Air Bag Module
  • 34-8x short circuited To Power In Passenger Roof Panel Air Bag Module
  • 34-9x short circuited To Ground In Passenger Roof Panel Air Bag Module
  • 41-Cx Faulty Power Supply To Driver Front Impact Sensor
  • 41-1x No Signal From Driver Front Impact Sensor
  • 41-2x, 41-3x, Internal Failure Of Driver Front Impact Sensor
  • 41-9x & 41-Bx, 42-Cx Faulty Power Supply To Passenger Front Impact Sensor
  • 42-1x No Signal From Passenger Front Impact Sensor
  • 42-2x, 42-3x, 42-9x & 42-Bx Internal Failure Of Passenger Front Impact Sensor
  • 43-Cx Faulty Power Supply To Driver Side Impact Sensor
  • 43-1x No Signal From Driver Side Impact Sensor
  • 43-2X, 43-3x & 43-Bx Internal Failure Of Driver Side Impact Sensor
  • 44-Cx Faulty Power Supply To Passenger Side Impact Sensor
  • 44-1x No Signal From Passenger Side Impact Sensor
  • 44-2x,44-3x & 44-Bx Internal Failure Of Passenger Side Impact Sensor
  • 51-2x,51-4x, 51-7x,52-8x, 52-9x, 52-Ax, 52-Bx,52-Cx, 52-Dx, 52-Ex, 52 Fx, 53-1 x, 53-2x,53-3x, 53-4x,54-lx, 54-2x,54-3x, 54-4x,54-5x, 
  • 54-6x,54-7x, 55-1x,55-2x, 55-3x & 55-4x,55-7x Internal Failure Of SRS Unit 
  • 61-1x open circuited In Driver Seat Belt Buckle Switch
  • 61-2x short circuited In Driver Seat Belt Buckle Switch
  • 62-1x open circuited In Passenger Seat Belt Buckle Switch
  • 62-2x short circuited In Passenger Seat Belt Buckle Switch
  • 85-4x & 85-5x Faulty OPDS Unit 
  • 85-61 No Signal From OPDS Unit
  • 85-62 Non-Stipulated Response Data
  • 85-63 Model ID Code Or Variation Code Inconsistent
  • 85-64 ECU Serial ID Code Inconsistent
  • 85-71 & 85-78 OPDS Unit Not Initialized 
  • 85-79 OPDS Drift Check Failure
  • 86-lx Faulty Seat Back OPDS Sensor
  • 86-2x Faulty Seat Support OPDS Sensor
  • 87-31 Internal Failure Of SRS Unit
  • 87-32 Side Impact Air Bag Cutoff Indicator Stays On
  • 91-1x Internal Failure Of SRS Unit
  • 91-2x short circuited In SRS Indicator Circuit

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Honda (1998-2002) SRS Airbag Module DTC Codes

Honda SRS Airbag Module DTC Crash Codes
Has your Honda been in an accident? Need to reset your srs modules crash codes? We can get it done!

Was your Honda year 1998 to 2002 in a crash? If so, it is most likely its SRS airbag module is triggering one of the following crash codes. If so, we have great news! You don’t have to spend $100+ replacing your module, instead, just ship it to us and have it reset for just $49! 

  • 1-1 & 1-2 open circuited Or high Resistance In Drivers Air Bag Inflator
  • 1-3 short circuited To Another Wire In Driver’s Air Bag Inflator Or low Resistance
  • 1-4 short circuited To Power Driver’s Air Bag Inflator
  • 1-5 short circuited To Ground Driver’s Air Bag Inflator
  • 2-1 & 2-2 open circuited In Passenger’s Air Bag Inflator
  • 2-3 short circuited To Another Wire In Passenger’s Air Bag Inflator Or low Resistance
  • 2-4 short circuited To Power Passenger’s Air Bag Inflator
  • 2-5 short circuited To Ground Passengers Air Bag Inflator
  • 3-1 & 3-2 open circuited Or high Resistance In Driver’s Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 3-3 short circuited To Another Wire Or low Resistance In Driver’s Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 3-4 short circuited To Power In Driver’s Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 3-5 short circuited To Ground In Driver’s Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 4-1 & 4-2 open circuited Or high Resistance In Front Passenger’s Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 4-3 short circuited To Another Wire Or low Resistance In Front Passenger’s Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 4-4 short circuited To Power In Passenger’s Seat Belt Tensioner
  • 4-5 short circuited To Ground In Passenger’s Seat Belt Tensioner 
  • 5-1, 5-2, 5-4, 5-5, 5-8, 6-1,6-2, 6-3,6-4,6-5,6-6, 6-7,6-8, 7-,1 7-2, 7-3,8-1, 8-2,8-5 & 8-6 
  • Internal Failure Of SRS Unit. Check Battery System Voltage, If Voltage Is Low , Repair Charging System Prior 
  • To Troubleshooting SRS System 
  • 9-1 SRS Failure Or Indicator Light
  • 9-2 SRS Unit Internal Failure Of Power Supply
  • 10-1 SRS Air Bag Deployed

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Airbag ECU Repair

Airbag ECU Repair
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If airbag ecu repair is what you need–the company to turn to is Safety Restore!

Safety Restore has been owning and operating for years now, specializing in seat belt repair and SRS airbag module resetting. 

When it comes to SRS airbag modules, they are the center of the entire airbag system. Everything from the impact sensors, to the seat belts, to the airbags runs through the airbag module. In the unfortunate event of a car accident–even a minor one–the SRS airbag module may store crash data and hard codes and light up the airbag light on your dash. Your seat belts may deploy as well, generating more codes. All this points to the need for an airbag ecu repair. If the module is not reprogrammed immediately, you can be putting yourself–as well as your fellow drivers–in danger. 

Safety Restore provides airbag ecu repair as an affordable alternative to purchasing an entirely new unit at the dealer. Whereas at the dealer you’d spend hundreds if not thousands of dollars, getting an airbag ecu repair at Safety Restore comes in at only $49.99! 

The great price is not the only thing that has satisfied customers throughout Safety Restore’s years of business. Customers can have the peace of mind knowing that all repair work is completed by well trained and highly experienced technicians. The repairs are done using industry standard tools and 100% OEM parts. A dual pro system is used to test repairs, and FMVSS standards are always met–if not exceeded. Everything is completed in just 24 hours or less, and a lifetime warranty can be expected. Even from its east coast location in Westfield, MA, Safety Restore works with customers nationwide! 

To get your airbag ecu repair at Safety Restore, head on over to safetyrestore.com today! There, you can select and pre-pay for the airbag ecu repair service before sending the unit in. When shipping out to the company, you can use any carrier you prefer. Once the technicians receive your SRS airbag module, they will  perform the reprogramming in just 24 hours. The unit will be restored to factory condition and all crash data and hard codes will be eliminated. After you receive the unit back, no additional programming should be necessary. Your airbag module will be functioning like new again and the airbag light will turn off on your dash!

It doesn’t get simpler than that! Order your airbag ecu repair at Safety Restore today!

Seat Belt Strap Replacement

Seat Belt Strap Replacement
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Whether it is for seat belt strap replacement, seat belt repair, or SRS airbag module resetting–Safety Restore is the company to turn to.

Safety Restore has built its success on the repair of seat belts and the restoration of seat belt webbing. They have met customers with cut, frayed, torn, worn out, and even dog chewed seat belts in need of seat belt strap replacement. They have also worked with many customers who had perfectly functioning seat belts but wanted to change their standard brown, gray, tan, or black belts into a more interesting color.

To fulfill customers desires, Safety Restore has two options when it comes to seat belt strap replacement. Customers can choose from either the color match or custom color option. The color match option is for those who want to have seat belt strap replacement done in the same color as their original or remaining seat belts. The custom color option is for the latter customers, mentioned above. Sick of their standard seat belt color, these folks can choose to get seat belt strap replacement in a variety of exciting shades. To name a few, there are colors like Ferrari Red, Cobalt Blue, Illuminating Yellow, Neon Green, Hot Pink, and Dazzling Purple. 

When choosing either option, customers are not compromising safety or quality in the least. Safety Restore uses automated stitching to re-web the material down to the spool, replace the original factory stitching pattern, and restitch all the original manufacturer tags and accessories. The assembly mechanism is cleaned out as well. To complete the seat belt strap replacements, the company employs only highly experienced and well trained seat belt engineers. Industry standard tools and 100% OEM parts are used at all times. Furthermore, FMVSS are always met or exceeded, and a dual pro system is in place to test repairs. A quick 24 hour turnaround time can be expected by all customers, regardless of the amount of belts being sent in for seat belt strap replacement. Safety Restore’s prices are unbeatable, with seat belt strap replacement coming in at only $74.99 per belt! A lifetime warranty backs up all services as well!

To get seat belt strap replacement today, head on over to safetyrestore.com. Once logged on, you can select and pre-pay for the service–making sure to select the amount of belts being sent in, and whether you desire the color match or custom color option. Then, remove your current seat belts from your vehicle, box them up, and ship them out to Safety Restore in Westfield, MA using any preferred carrier. Upon receiving your package, the seat belt masters will perform the seat belt strap replacement in just 24 hours and you will be receiving the belts back in a few short days! 

Seat Belt Restoration Services

Seat Belt Restoration Services
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If you are looking for seat belt restoration services, Safety Restore is the company to turn to. 

Safety Restore has been specializing in the repair of seat belts and the restoration of seat belt webbing for years now. When it comes to seat belts, they have it in the bag.

The company knows that over time, seat belts may become worn out, torn, frayed, cut, ripped, or even chewed through by a pet. All cars can experience this wear and tear–luxury cars, regular cars, and classic cars alike. That is why Safety Restore offers set belt restoration services–and at a margin of the cost of getting the work done at a dealer! Seat belt restoration services at Safety Restore cost only a meager $74.99 per belt! All makes and models of vehicles are welcomed.

Not only is the pricing undeniable, but safety and quality too. Only well trained and highly experienced seat belt engineers are employed by Safety Restore. All repair work and webbing replacement is performed with industry standard tools and 100% OEM parts. A dual pro system is in place to test repairs. Additionally, FMVSS standards have always been met or exceeded by the company. Safety Restore also backs up everything–including its seat belt restoration services–with a lifetime warranty. In the unlikely chance that something goes wrong with the seat belts in the future, customers have the option to send them back in for rework without having to pay additional fees. Regardless of the amount of seat belts being sent in, a 24 hour turnaround time can be expected by all customers. Even from its east coast location in Westfield, Massachusetts, Safety Restore works with customers throughout the country, and even overseas! 

Search no longer for seat belt restoration services! Head on over to safetyrestore.com, select, and pre-pay for the service there. Then, simply remove your seat belts from your vehicle, box them up, and ship them out to Safety Restore using any preferred carrier. Once the seat belt masters receive your package, they will perform the necessary seat belt restoration services in just 24 hours or less. The material will be re-webbed down to the spool with the original factory stitching pattern replaced, the original manufacturer accessories and tags restitched, and the assembly mechanism cleaned out. You can expect to receive your newly restored seat belts in just a few days. 

You couldn’t be making a wiser choice than having Safety Restore perform seat belt restoration services on your vehicle! 

SRS Seat Belt Repair

SRS Seat Belt Repair
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If your question is where you can get SRS seat belt repair, the answer is Safety Restore. 

Safety Restore is a company founded on the repair of seat belts that has expanded into the resetting of SRS airbag modules and the re-webbing of seat belts as well. Basically, Safety Restore can do it all when it comes to seat belts. Whereas other competing companies are only able to accomplish the simple, single stage seat belt repairs, Safety Restore can do single stage, dual stage, and even triple stage SRS seat belt repairs. They perform repairs on the pretensioner and seat belt retractor, depending on what the customer needs. The SRS seat belt repair service is compatible with all makes and models of vehicles. Also, the physical location of their customers does not matter. From their east coast location in Westfield, MA, Safety Restore welcomes customers from all over the country, and even overseas! 

To get an SRS seat belt repair at Safety Restore, customers simply need to log onto their website, safetyrestore.com. Then, they can browse the services provided and select the one they are interested in–in this case being the SRS seat belt repair. All they would have to do then is prepay for the service, remove their seat belt(s) from their vehicle, and ship them out using any preferred carrier. Once the seat belt masters receive the shipment, they perform the repair work in just 24 hours and send the package back out to the customer. 

The quick 24 hour turnaround time is not the only thing the company takes pride in. The high positive review count the company has gained from the start speaks volumes on the safety and quality of Safety Restore’s services. Only highly experienced and well-trained engineers are employed at Safety Restore. The company ensures that all repairs are performed using industry standard tools and 100% OEM parts. A dual pro system is in place to test each seat belt buckle pretensioner. When getting SRS seat belt repair, or any service, at Safety Restore, you can ret assured that FMVSS standards will be met, if not exceeded. Prices are unbeatable too. The price for SRS seat belt repair comes in at only $64.99-$114.99! That means hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars saved compared to heading to a dealer! In the very slim chance that something goes wrong with the seat belt, customers also have the capability to send the item back for re-work under the company’s lifetime warranty policy. 

There is no better place to get your SRS seat belt repair done than at Safety Restore! Get yours today! 

Auto Seat Belt Repair

Auto Seat Belt Repair
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Looking for auto seat belt repair? You won’t have to search any longer when you hear about Safety Restore! 

Auto seat belt repair is one of the many specialties that Safety Restore excels in. Other companies are often only able to perform the easy repairs on single stage belts. Safety Restore, on the other hand, is capable of repairing single stage, dual stage, and even triple stag seat belts! They also perform seat belt retractor and pretensioner repair. They have seat belt webbing replacement in the bag as well–in both a custom color and color match option.

Not only does Safety Restore have a wide range of expertise in seat belts, but they also come through with their quality and guarantee of safety. The company employs highly trained and experienced seat belt engineers who use industry standard tools and 100% OEM parts for all repairs. A dual-pro system is also in place to test repair work. The company has always either met or exceeded FMVSS standards. Furthermore, Safety Restore takes pride in its quick 24 hour turnaround time. Customers can also be satisfied with the lifetime warranty in place for all services. In the slim chance of a problem arising in the future with their seat belt, customers have the ability to send it in for rework at no additional cost. All makes and models of vehicles are welcomed, and Safety Restore works with customers throughout the nation from its east coast location. The prices are unbeatable, too. Whereas hundreds or even thousands of dollars could be wasted at the dealer, an auto seat belt repair comes in at only $64.99-$114.99 at Safety Restore. The pricing depends on the stage of the seat belt, but $114.99 is the highest price a customer can expect to pay at this company. 

To get your auto seat belt repair today, simply head to safetyrestore.com. Once logged on, you can select and prepay for the auto seat belt repair service. Then, simply remove your seat belt from your vehicle, box it up, and ship it out to Safety Restore in Westfield, Massachusetts using any preferred carrier. In just 24 hours of receiving your belts, the seat belt masters at Safety Restore will complete all needed repairs. Your items will be shipped back out to you and will arrive in just a few days.

It doesn’t get any easier than having your auto seat belt repair completed at Safety Restore! 

Red Seat Belt Strap

Red Seat Belt Strap
Replace your seat belt webbing with red seat belt straps today.

Want to get red seat belt straps in your brand new car? The company Safety Restore can do that for you and so much more!

Safety Restore specializes in all things seat belt. Whether you need single stage, dual stage, or triple stage seat belt repair, seat belt retractor repair, repair of the seat belt pretensioner, or seat belt webbing replacement–Safety Restore can do it all! 

Recently, seat belt webbing replacement has become very popular among drivers of exotic cars or customized cars. Even regular drivers have become enticed with the idea of having a pop of color in their vehicles and have started buying custom color seat belts. Whether your new car is an exotic or a regular Honda, getting red seat belt straps is a great idea! Ferrari Red is one of Safety Restore’s most popular custom webbing colors, but the company offers other shades such as Neon Green, Cobalt Blue, Hot Pink, Illuminating Yellow, and Dazzling Purple as well.  

When you have your standard brown, black, tan, or gray seat belt straps replaced with red seat belt straps at Safety Restore, you can be comforted in knowing that quality and safety will be up to par. The company employs highly trained and experienced seat belt engineers. All repair work is accomplished using 100% OEM parts and industry standard tools and a dual pro system is used to test the repairs. Furthermore, Safety Restore has always met or exceeded FMVSS standards. The company welcomes all makes and models of vehicles to get red seat belt straps. Even from its east coast location in Westfield, Massachusetts, Safety Restore works with customers throughout the country.

Simply log onto safetyrestore.com, then select and prepay for the webbing replacement service–making sure to specify your desire for red seat belt straps. After that, all you have to do is remove your original seat belts from your vehicle, box them up, and ship them out to Safety Restore. Once the seat belt masters receive your package, they will replace all old webbing into red material in just 24 hours! You will also have a lifetime warranty on your purchase. The material will be re-webbed down to the spool, the assembly mechanism cleaned out, and the original factory stitching pattern replaced using automated stitching. All the original manufacturer tags will be restitched onto your new red seat belt straps. All this will only amount to $74.99 per belt–a steal compared to the price you’d pay at a dealer!