Has your vehicle been involved in an accident? Has your airbag light come on? Have your airbags been deployed? Need an Airbag Module Reset? - You've come to the right place! Here at Crash Data we reset and repair your airbag module at a competitive price. Our professional airbag reset and repair team provide a quick and efficient service, with the same day turn-around!
We repair, replace & reset all Kia Ceed airbag modules; saving you hundreds by avoiding expensive dealership costs.
Why is my Kia Ceed airbag light on?
Your airbag light may have come on for various reasons. Most of the time it is due to an airbag fault, but it could be related to the airbag module itself. Your airbag light could be on due to the following issues:
Crash sensors fault
Crash data stored
Wiring harness problem
Miscommunication or no communication
Faulty airbag clockspring
Faulty seat belt pretensioners
Had a bump
Flat car battery
Damaged circuit board
While these are the most common faults, your airbag light may be on for other reasons. Regardless of what it is, you should always scan your system using an OBD airbag scanner to read and obtain the codes. If you do not own an OBD airbag scanner, you can get this diagnosed at any local garage. If you work with cars often, we recommend investing in an OBD airbag scan tool to scan the system and retrieve codes whenever your airbag light is on.
What do you need to do?
Locate and remove your airbag module
Search for your part number using the search bar in the top corner.
Use "click to repair" button and follow the checkout process
Place the airbag module into a padded envelope and post to us.
We receive your airbag module, repair it the same day and post back out to you
Receive back your repaired airbag module ready to be re-fitted.
If you are unsure about anything get in touch using our telephone number, email or our online chat rooms and we will try our best to help you.
Why choose our service?
> Excellent value > Speedy & professional service > Hassle free > Repairing airbag modules since 2004 > Excellent customer feedback > Free and honest advice
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