12-12-2008, 08:54 PM
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Originally Posted by integlikewhoa
The code is still stored in history and there is still a problem. I would have it checked out. Like others have said its a problem you want checked out, don't ignore it. Also it came on for a reason so to say theres no problem is a lie.
DTC Normal Source Voltage Drop
(no code is output, but the SRS light will stay ON)
The SRS is equipped with a voltage–increase circuit (DC–DC converter) in the airbag sensor assembly in case the source voltage drops. When the battery voltage drops, the voltage–increase circuit (DC–DC converter) functions to increase the voltage of the SRS to normal voltage. The diagnosis system malfunction display for this circuit is different from other circuits that is when the SRS warning light remains lit up and the DTC is a normal code, source voltage drop is indicated. Malfunction in this circuit is not recorded in the airbag sensor assembly, and when the source voltage returns to normal, the SRS warning light automatically goes off.
There is no other malfunction that would clear itself.
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