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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-02-2018, 11:25 AM Thread Starter
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airbag light reset!

hi there . after 3 years of ownership of my 2011 na ,my airbag light is now reset , just want to put here all info i found from other member
THANKS ALL

i used maxichek pro

Step 1: plug in
Step 2: Select abs/srs
Step 3: Select Asian
Step 4: Select Daewood
Step 5: Select 2011
Step 6: Select (EP) Epica/Tosca
Step 7: Select Body
Step 8: Select SDM (Sensing and Diagnostic Module)
Step 9: Erase Codes
Step 10: Yes

And your airbag light will disappear! I tried to read codes before erasing them and nothing showed up.


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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-02-2018, 10:53 PM
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Well done, thanks for sharing.
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post #3 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-04-2018, 04:45 AM
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Just wanted to offer help here if anyone in NVA(DC,VA,MD) needs airbag reset let me know i got Lunch pro that will reset anything.

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I wish it could be done with Torque Pro. Doesn't come up showing a/bag error and clear codes doesn't clear that one. Interesting that it uses a completely different car profile. Was that trial and error?

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I had issue with mine 2 it would come back after hitting some bumps in DC. I would pull the glove box out and make sure big connector is tight and put some dielectric grease on it and zip tie it I put 2 on mine as tight i could get them. good luck

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Anyone have a reader that will clear my airbag light? Just got back from deployment and needed to jump my car (even know it was on a tender). Any help would be appreciated!


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hi there . after 3 years of ownership of my 2011 na ,my airbag light is now reset , just want to put here all info i found from other member
THANKS ALL

i used maxichek pro

Step 1: plug in
Step 2: Select abs/srs
Step 3: Select Asian
Step 4: Select Daewood
Step 5: Select 2011
Step 6: Select (EP) Epica/Tosca
Step 7: Select Body
Step 8: Select SDM (Sensing and Diagnostic Module)
Step 9: Erase Codes
Step 10: Yes

And your airbag light will disappear! I tried to read codes before erasing them and nothing showed up.

Just wanted to reaffirm this procedure worked! Picked up the Autel MaxiCheck Pro and worked like a charm. Anyone in San Diego that needs to use it is welcome.


'10 Lotus Evora NA - Aquamarine/Oyster
'12 Lexus CT200H - White/Cream
'04 Cadillac Escalade - Beige/Grey
'12 Lotus Evora NA IPS - AR/Cognac
'03 Porsche 911 Cab - Silver/Blue
'11 Mercedes C63 AMG - Blk/Blk
'07 Mercedes E350 - White/Cream
'05 BMW 530i - Silver/Blk
'05 Lotus Elise SC- AR/Blk
'01 Porsche 911 Coupe - Silver/Blk
'05 Acura TL - Blk/Blk
'00 BMW M Coupe - Yellow/Blk
'99 BMW 325i - Green/Tan
'00 Ford Explorer Sport - Blue/Blk
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Has anyone had any luck with clearing an ABS light?

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Needing to clear the airbag light on my 2017 400, too . . . will this work? I have read conflicting things on both forums.
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