Should I Replace My Airbag Module After an Accident?

If your airbags have deployed during a car accident—no matter how minor—the airbags will need to be replaced. But what about the airbag module, the electronic part that tells your car that it needs to deploy the airbag?

If you visit the dealership after an accident, the auto repair technician may tell you that the airbag module should be replaced. But in most cases, the airbag module simply needs to be reset.

Replacing the Airbag Module

Replacing the airbag module in your car can be a costly process. First, you’ll have to order a brand new airbag module that is specific to your car’s make and model. In many cases, the dealership has to special order this part, which means that you’ll spend more time waiting on repairs. Then, you’ll need to have the dealership physically replace the module—another hefty bill.

Resetting the Airbag Module

The IPC-certified technicians at My Auto Solutions are able to reset airbag modules by clearing all fault codes from the system, leaving the module good as new. Because we reset the module back to factory settings, no additional programming is required and it is ready to be installed in the car.

Airbag module reset services are not only cost-effective, but also sustainable. Our reset process helps eliminate more waste from landfills and recycles a perfectly usable part.

My Auto Solutions for Your Airbag Module

To replace or reset? Wonder no more—send your airbag module to My Auto Solutions in Buford, Georgia, for repair today.

Our team of certified technicians restore all airbag modules to their factory settings, saving you the time, money, and aggravation of costly dealership repairs.