How to turn off srs airbag light on 2015 corolla s plus

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Asked by Oct 29, 2015 at 06:53 PM about the 2015 Toyota Corolla S Plus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I hit a pole and it busted my bumper my
airbags did not deploy. Why is the srs airbag
light on and how can I turn it off

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Don't attempt to turn it off or have it done. Take it up with your insurance company and have it repaired - properly

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I've done the repairs myself. The srs sensors are not broken and are still intact I want to know why the light is on

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Ok, that I don't know. Sorry 'bout that, I didn't know it was repaired already. But remember SRS means more than air-bags, it includes seat belt pre-tensioners that tighten up. SRS= Supplemental Restraint System

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It's most likely the impact sensors behind the front bumper. You'll need a scan tool that can communicate with the SRS computer to get a trouble code. That will tell you exactly what the problem is. Please remember when working on the airbag system to disconnect the negative (-) battery cable and wait 5 minutes before beginning the repairs. The airbag system maintains a charge reserve so that in the event of a collision if the battery is disabled the airbags will still deploy if needed. HTH. - Jim

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