Date: Sun, 04 Apr 1999 21:11:35 GMT
From: ogrewenopsamoot.com (Oliver Grewe)
Subject: Re: SRS Light 93 9000CSE


Conrad B Nelson <cnelsonnopsam4500-a.ewndsr1.nj.home.com> wrote: >Sitting in a Burger King drive thru I popped the clutch a little to fast >and stalled the engine. When I restarted the engine the SRS light began >to blink and after a couple of minutes it went solid. It now does this >every time I start the car. It can be the resistance of the cable to the sensor. If it goes too high, the SRS light begins to blink and later to go solid. My dealer told me (after I made the same experience with my '93 9000CS, but no Burger King, I just went from a car ferry with some hubs on the floor) that mainly '93 models are affected of too high resistance in that cable. It have to be shifted. But try this (I tried after the dealer told me the cost of the repair...;-): Reset the electronics by releasing the battery for at least 15 minutes or maybe up to 30 minutes. It it won't help you have to contact your dealer again... :-( Good luck. Oliver Grewe email: ogrewenopsamoot.com

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