The check engine light on my Honda CR-V 1997 went on recently. The car runs fine. I brought it to the mechanic, and he told me there is an issue with my airbags? However, I thought the SRS light indicates an issue with seat belts or airbags. What do you think?

Answer

Find a new mechanic, the SRS light is the warning system for the airbags and seat belts. Have another mechanic pull the code from your computer, and you will be able to diagnose it from there.

Updated on March 29, 2018

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Honda “Check Engine” Light: What Could Be the Problem?
By Eddie Carrara
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