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

Airbag Module Reset

Filing an insurance claim is often a process that people do not think about until they are in a situation that requires it after an accident. The trouble is that this time is incredibly hectic and trying. However, all insurance claims follow the same basic steps outlined below

First, the claim has to be filed. This can be done by either party in an accident. Next, the car’s damage will need to be estimated. This is done in several ways. A trained inspector sometimes comes to your home to see the vehicle, or you may have to bring the vehicle to a repair shop approved by the insurance company. Contact your insurance company after the accident and they will walk you through the steps necessary for damage estimates.

Follow the damage estimates and inspection, repairs to the vehicle will be made unless the vehicle is deemed a total loss. The insurance company will cover the cost to fix the vehicle. This process can vary from mailing you a check to sending a check to the repair shop, so be sure to check the policy of the insurance company you are working with. Where the cost of repairing the damage exceeds the value of the vehicle, the insurance company will deem the vehicle a total loss and cut you a check for the value of the vehicle plus tax.

If your airbag light is on after the accident, an airbag module reset is required. During an impact, the airbag module is activated and hard codes and crash data are then stored in the module. Until the airbag module reset is complete, the airbag module will not work. Airbag module reset is not a fix that can be put off since airbags are essential to safety during an accident. Safety Restore offers airbag module reset service that is affordable. Using the original airbag module and OEM software, Safety Restore wipes the hard codes and crash data in an airbag module reset. This makes the airbag module good as new again without paying upwards of $1,000 for a new one. If you need airbag module reset done on your vehicle, contact Safety Restore today!