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How to Reset the SRS Light on a Mercedes Benz

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Autel MaxiCheck Airbag/ABS SRS Light Service Reset Tool Free update online

Autel MaxiCheck Airbag/ABS SRS Light Service Reset Tool Free update online   Item No. HKSC211

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Why the Malfunction Indicator Light or the ABS / SRS warning light is on, do you find the reason? This tool can help you find the problem. Besides, it will diagnose ABS / SRS problems, perform various bi-directional tests, provide troubleshooter code tips and turn off the ABS / SRS warning light.

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1.2 Steps to Reset SRS/ Airbag Light on Mercedes Benz
2 Steps to Reset SRS/ Airbag Light on Mercedes Benz
 
Here is a helpful analysis on SRS light/ Airbag warning message on Mercedes Benz vehicles, from reason to solution.
 
Why does SRS light/ Airbag warning message to appear on Mercedes Benz?
-seat occupancy sensor in passenger seat;
-low voltage in the car electrical system. Battery dying.
-seat belt latch;
-steering wheel clock spring;
-seat belt sensor;
-damaged wire contacts at the doors;
-defective airbag;
-defective, damaged or loose contact at the impact sensors
 
How to read and reset SRS/ Airbag light?
Very often the SRS/Airbag light goes on mainly because of a dying battery. But, if the light is on, it will stay on when you install a new battery, until you manually reset it.
 
That is, 2 steps to solve SRS/Airbag light on.
Step 1
Install a new battery;
 
Step 2
Reset SRS/ Airbag light.
 
Instruction on How to Reset the SRS Light on a Mercedes Benz:
1. Locate the fuse panel cover and remove it. This is located on the lower left side of the control panel on the driver's side of the car. Find the port that fits the OBD cable and plug the scan tool's cable into this port.
 
2. Put the key into the ignition and turn it to the "Run" position. This is the position just before the engine starts. Look at your OBD scan tool and write down the codes it displays.
 
3. Check your owner's manual for what the codes mean.
 
4. Unplug the scan tool and put the fuse panel cover back in place. Take your vehicle to your local Mercedes dealer to have repairs made, if needed.
 
5. Repeat step 1 (locate the fuse panel....) when you return home. Put the key into the ignition and turn it to the "Run" position. Wait until the SRS light turns off. Remove the cable and put the fuse panel cover back in place.
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