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The SRS indicator light in my '05 RSX is on. The manual says it "could" be a problem with the front airbags or seat belts, or it could simply be an error message. Doesn't really make a gal feel safe driving around, but the dealership charges $80 just for me to bring it in for them to tell me what's wrong.

I know some of the shops like Auto Zone will run engine diagnostics for free... my question is will they be able to run a diagnostic to determine the code/cause for my SRS indicator? I don't want to pay a hefty fee just to have someone tell me it's a false alert.

Any help/recommendation is appreciated!!! :beerchug:
 

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Most lower end OBD-II readers won't be able to pull up air bag codes. Try some body shops. Some of them have scanners to read SRS codes.
 

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Thanks again, Dean. You were right about the body shops - I was able to get a free scan/read today. It's the driver's side seatbelt buckle switch.
 
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