PORSCHE SRS AIRBAG CONTROL MODULE RESET SERVICE
This is a service for Airbag Module Reset after your vehicle was in accident.
- Airbag Light on?
- Airbags deployed?
- Diagnostic Tool reads “crash data stored” ?
- Dealership tells you that you need a new module ?
Odometers Solutions specializes in reactivation (reset) of airbag system, airbag controllers and air bag modules. Our workshops are equipped with original equipment to diagnostics and repair (reset) module professionally. Our technicians are extensively familiar with these systems.
Our services represent substantial savings for body shops, insurers and their costumers. By reseting your airbag module, you also contribute to our planet health.
This is a service to repair/reset your airbag control module. After a vehicle has been in an accident, the airbag module needs to be reset (cleared of hard crash codes) in order for the SRS/Airbag System to function properly again.
All SRS Modules can be reset, except if they have been damaged in a flood, fire or any other rare electrical malfunction.
We Guarantee that we will:
Erase all Hard Crash Codes that are stored during an accident.
We do not guarantee that your light will go away.
If your light is on upon installation of the module then you may have other faults, such as a blown seat-belt (just because it is working doesn't mean that it isn't internally blown). To determine why the light is on you will need to get it properly diagnosed with a good scanner capable of reading and erasing SRS fault codes.
We are not responsible for any diagnostic charges.
DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE
HOW THIS WORKS:
Step 1: You pay us for the service.
Step 2: You send the module to us.
Step 3: We Reset Your Module.
Step 4: We pay for fast return shipping.
Your module will be reset and shipped back to you within 24 HOURS of us receiving it.
PLEASE, CHECK IN THE FOLLOWING LIST IF YOUR PART IS COVERED BY US!
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|3D0 901 601 B (0 285 001 472)|
|3D0 909 601 D (0 285 001 472)|
|3D0 909 601 E (0 285 001 733)|
|7L0 959 655 (0 285 001 991)|
|7P0 959 655 C (0 285 011 201)|
|7P0 959 655 D (0 285 011 652)|
|996.618.219.01 (957107 01)|
Instrument Panel cluster (IPC) packaging
Properly packing IPC before shipping is of great importance. The main materials you will need are the following:
Cardboard boxes: can be found in any stationery or hardware store or you can get used ones in supermarkets.
Foam wrap or Bubble Wrap: for extra protection.
Polystyrene sheets: for additional internal cushioning if needed. They can be bought at various hardware stores.
Air cushions: When placed inside a box, these small air-filled bags provide protection for objects rolling around. However using them can be expensive, as buying the machine used to inflate them can be pricey.
Adhesive tape: for sealing the box.
Packing IPC part should not be difficult if you follow our simple guidelines:
Put the car part in the box. Place the item in the appropriate box.
Wrap individual instrument panel clusters. Protect any individual parts with bubble wrap or padded foam sheeting, especially components that must be disassembled first.
Seal and label the box. Use adhesive tape to seal the box. You can label it with a sign saying “Fragile” or “Handle with care” and also specify the type of item that is inside the box. However, note that such a warning cannot guarantee that the package will be treated as such and should not substitute adequate packaging.
Always assume the worst from the post office; therefore OVER package well!
Odometers Solutions IS NOT RESPONSIBLE for poor packaged parts.