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Old 03-12-2005, 01:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just got a 93 318 with 65k, the srs light blinks about 300 times then goes solid. Any ideas what it's trying to tell me?
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I just got a 93 318 with 65k, the srs light blinks about 300 times then goes solid.* Any ideas what it's trying to tell me?
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SRS= Supplemental Restrain System; Air Bag/s problem that can be read by a code reader…it can range from bad wires under the seats to (most likely) bad sensors--not expensive to replace--as you know this is a safety related issue God forbid it deploys itself in the wrong time and/or wrong place…..I would have it checked ASAP…..Good luck
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Take her to an independent Tech and get her coded and reset and that may cure the problem if not the coding should tell you what is going on, in my case I had to replace the clockspring (really, the clockspring, this is not a joke and the spring does not run the clock).
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Take her to an independent Tech and get her coded and reset and that may cure the problem if not the coding should tell you what is going on, in my case I had to replace the clockspring (really, the clockspring, this is not a joke and the spring does not run the clock).

The coil in the steering colum that connects to the air bag, right? was it blinking a bunch times like mine?
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