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If your Nissan was in an accident and your airbags deployed or seat belt pretensioner locked then provides service to reset your airbag computer control module and rebuild seat belt pretensioners

If your vehicle was in an accident, you can send us your airbag control module for repairs. After receiving your part it will be reset within 1 working day and then shipped back to you. We will reset the module to its original factory condition and send it back to you. Upon return, it will be 99% plug-and-play. In rare cases, if there are hardware issues or if it needs to be programmed as new, it may require calibration/programming to be completed when the module is back in the vehicle.

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  • Is you airbag light on?
  • Have your airbags deployed?
  • Do diagnostic tool reads “crash data stored?”
  • Has your dealership told you that you need a new module?
  • Was your vehicle in an accident?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, send your module for an airbag module reset. Even small accidents trigger electronic codes in the airbag module. Our airbag module reset services reset your airbag light and clear all crash codes inside the airbag control module.

We reset your airbag module.
Stop buying used or new airbag modules and send yours to MyAirbags for reset. Our airbag module reset service electronically registers the module to your vehicle’s VIN. If you buy a new airbag module from the dealership, they must program your vehicle’s VIN which is costly and takes more time. That’s why it’s best to reset your original airbag module! You’ll save time and money and avoid costly reprogramming and delays at the dealership. Airbag lights turn on in vehicle after an accident: Airbag module reset services are the right solution for this problem because vehicular accidents trigger the airbag light. These codes can cause the seat belts to lock. If this happens to your vehicle, you will need an airbag module reset. If your vehicle was not in an accident, but the light is on, there are many possible causes that the skilled technicians at MyAirbags will be able to diagnose and repair.

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Airbag control modules have other common names:

  • Airbag Module
  • SRS Airbag Control Module
  • Airbag ECU (Electronic Crash Unit)
  • Advanced Crash Safety Module (ACSM)
  • Airbag Multiple Restraint System (MRS)
  • Airbag Control Module (ACM)
  • Restraint Control Module (RCM)
  • Sensing Diagnostic Module (SDM)
  • SRS Control Module (SRSCM)
  • Occupant Restraint Controller (ORC)
  • SAS Unit (Sophisticated Airbag Sensor) Module
  • Event Data Recorder (EDR)
Did your airbag light turn on but the vehicle was not in an accident?
Please see the FAQ section.

Why is Airbag Light On?
If you know your vehicle was in an accident, then MyAirbags can absolutely help you and reset your airbag module. We provide Reset & Return service to reset airbag control modules. If your vehicle was in an accident, we recommend that you send your original module to us for reset to avoid additional trip to the dealer for coding. Most of the late model cars will have partial VIN stored in the airbag control module. If your vehicle has NOT been involved in an accident.

Why Did the Airbag Light Just Turn On One Day?
If the airbag light in your vehicle just turned on without an accident, there may be an issue with the airbag system computer, or there may be a bad component within the airbag system. If your vehicle has NOT been involved in an accident, we recommend you watch the accompanying tips and tech video and have your module scanned by a body shop tech before mailing your airbag module to us.

Should I Send the Airbag Module for Reset or Buy Used?
Our certified technicians at MyAirbags recommend resetting your vehicle’s airbag module if the vehicle has been involved in an accident. Resetting the airbag module diminishes the need for any additional programming, and when properly installed into a working system, the airbag light will turn off. When you get the module back from us it is factory reset and is exactly like new and is a good module, free from all hard codes and soft codes. If your airbag light is still on after reinstalling correctly, then there is a problem with one of the connections or bad airbags, seat belts, clock spring and/or impact sensors and there would be a soft code stored in the module identifying the issue. Check that all SRS components and connections are good.

Does MyAirbags Sell Replacement Airbag Modules?
No we do not sell replacement airbag computer modules, only reset airbag control modules after vehicle was in an accident.

What if I’ve Already Purchased a New or Used Airbag Module Replacement?
We advise our customers to compare the part numbers of their replacement airbag computer module to the vehicle’s original module; if the part numbers do no match, it is unlikely that the airbag module will work in the vehicle. Also, remember: the airbag module MUST BE FOR THE SAME VEHICLE IT CAME FROM. If for instance, the module is for a 2008 Ford F150, the replacement must be for 2008 Ford F150. Once the replacement airbag module has been correctly installed in the vehicle the airbag light may still turn on.
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