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, there’s 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!

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