Our technicians are able to repair locked airbag modules after the airbags have gone off potentially saving you hundreds of pounds, in the past, if there was an issue with your airbag you had to get it replaced at a high cost to you.
Technological advances have meant that this no longer be the case, with our expert staff and technology we are able to:
- Reset Your Airbag
- Repair Airbag Module
- Remove Error Codes & Crash Codes
- Remove Stored Data
- Plus Much More
We are now able to repair and clear your blown Airbag Module (Airbag ECU as it is sometimes called) of the crash data that is stored as a result of an accident.
We clear both the fault and crash codes so that you can re-use your original airbag control module as if it were a new unit. This will save you in your overall vehicle repair costs.
If your car airbag system has any of the following symptoms then we may be able to help:
- If your airbags deployed
- If your airbag light is flashing or constantly on
- If your diagnostic tool is reading CRASH DATA STORED , ECU ERROR or DTC 65535 in the airbag computer
- Airbag errors due to a discharged or flat battery and/or by jump starting attempts
If you have not had a accident and for whatever reason, your vehicle indicates an airbag system fault then this can be a internal airbag control unit error.
Even if you buy a new module you will have pay for the module and recoding. If we clear/reset your module, in most cases, you will be able to use it in the original vehicle without recoding.
Dealer diagnostic tools WILL NOT clear the crash data from your airbag control unit (ECU). We have to do this for you in our fully equipped workshop.
Air bags and air bag modules are designed to only work once. We can clear the existing crash/error data so that they can be used again.
They will function as new, erasing the crash data will cost you a fraction of the cost of a new unit.
If your air bags have deployed then obviously they need to be replaced with un-deployed air bags but the original airbag ECU can now be repaired and cleared of all its crash data.