Airbag ECU Crash Data Reset
Does your car airbag system have the following symptoms:
- Have your airbags deployed?
- Is your airbag light flashing?
- Is your diagnostic tool reading ECU Error, Crash Data Stored or DTC 65535 from the airbag computer?
- Discharged battery caused by attempted jump starting
- Unnoticed voltage peaks whilst the car is in use
- An internal module error can cause the light to come on, even without a crash
Don’t Waste Money On A Mew Module
We can reset Airbag ECU Crash Data from your Airbag ECU. If your vehicle has been involved in an accident and the airbags have been deployed, then permanent Crash Code Data will be stored in the Airbag ECU.
This Data Cannot be erased by diagnostic equipment and a new Airbag ECU can be expensive and will in most cases also need coding to your car, but now Electrotech can clear crash data, and reset the Airbag ECU to its original state.
Crash Data Reset Services From Electrotech
We offer a Mail in Service for Crash Data Reset, If you are mailing it in please complete the Crash Data Reset form and send it in with the completed crash data reset form.
We can repair almost all Airbag ECU’s and prices start at £35 for airbag ECU crash data reset, call us on 07530 058 651 or e-mail us for details.
We can remove the Crash Data on almost all Airbag ECU’s, Prices start from £40 for Crash Data Clearing. Call us or Contact Us to have your Airbag ECU Reset.
What Our Customers Think
- Peter Warner
Outstanding service, came out to my place of work to remove my faulty instrument cluster board, took it away, repaired & refitted. Recommend 100%, well impressed!
What a superb and professional company. I received an excellent service from Electrotech and I was very impressed with the level of work carried out.
- Stephen Kamurzurna
Fantastic service would highly recommended fast ,cheap and reliable cheers Chris
Highly recommended. Had an intermittent "engine malfunction" message on the instrument cluster causing the engine to cut out while driving (since found out this is a known issue with Ford Focus/C-Max of a certain vintage - late 2000's, early 2010's). This baffled a couple of local garages. Local Ford dealership diagnosed the problem but quoted £1k to replace. Found these guys on the internet, they picked up the instrument cluster, repaired, returned and fitted it in 3 days for a fifth of the price. 4 months and 3k miles later, the car is working fine.