(SRS) Scan/Reset Tools for BMWs 1994-2002:
all SRS fault codes, resets SRS Light!
R5/SRS (plugs in under hood)
R5/SRS-16 (plugs in under dash)
R5/SRS-U (plugs in under dash and under hood)
- Models available
for most BMWs built between 1994 and 2002 Compatibility
- Displays all
SRS fault codes, tells you what's wrong.
- Resets the "SRS"
- Very easy to
- Low cost ($129.99)
- Includes instruction
manual and code chart.
- Available in two plug types
to suit your application.
Mechanics, Racers, Installers, Tuners!
The BMW airbag light is something that every installer, mechanic,
racer and tuner will eventually face. The removal of interior components
such as the seat, steering wheel, ECUs, parts of the wiring harness,
etc... will cause the airbag light to come on. And it stays
on, until a tool is used to reset it. Until now, the only solutions
were a trip to the dealer, which will always costs you time and
money, or the purchase of a very costly scan and reset tool. With
The low cost, Peake Research R5/SRS, you simply read the code, look
up the code in our code book, make sure you know exactly why the
airbag light is on, fix the problem, then reset it. That simple.
Examples of common situations
that cause the airbag/SRS light:
- A loose connector
- Alarm Installation
- Stereo Installation
- Seat removal
- Seat upgrade
- Seat belt replacement
- Steering Wheel removal
- Steering Wheel upgrade
- Fuse Removal
- A corroded connector
- Unplugged Wiring harness
- Body Work
- Engine compartment
Has your airbag (SRS) light ever come on unexpectedly? Have you
been driving around ignoring the SRS light? Do you know exactly
why your SRS light came on (i.e. you triggered it while installing
an alarm/stereo/steering wheel/seat) but you have no way to reset
it? Are you tired of relying on someone else to get the SRS light
reset? Yes? Then the R5/SRS was made for you!
Wouldn't it be great to
have a good idea of what's wrong before you go in for a repair?
Or, better yet, if it's a minor problem, like when racers swap in
a racing seat and trigger the airbag light, you can scan it, fix
it, and reset it yourself!
What is the SRS light
trying to tell me?
The BMW SRS light can mean any number of things from serious to
minor. Sometimes it's alerting you to the real need for a repair
of a broken part, but sometimes it is merely indicating that a circuit
critical to proper SRS operation was temporarily disconnected (i.e.
while you were installing a stereo, alarm, racing seat or steering
wheel). Without the R5/SRS, it's anyone's guess. You're stuck staring
at your SRS light light until you have time to go pay someone to
diagnose and reset it.
Are you starting to see that the R5/SRS makes lot's of sense? There's
Safety - Priority
Some people unwisely ignore the Airbag warning light. Doing so puts
them and their passengers at unnecessary risk. Taking immediate
action is the only wise choice. The Peake Research R5/SRS can quickly
help you determine the general nature of the problem; and while
many SRS system repairs are not recommend for those without the
proper tools and training, you will at least have information to
help you make intelligent choices about what action to take. Plus,
you will enjoy the ability to talk intelligently to your repair
- Never use the R5/SRS to reset the Airbag light without first
checking and understanding the code.
- Always disconnect the main car battery before servicing or repairing
the SRS/Airbag system.
- Never service, repair or troubleshoot your Airbag/SRS system
while a person is in the car. This includes use of the R5/SRS
or any other SRS related tool.
- Keep your head and body at least 24 inches from any airbag while
servicing, repairing or troubleshooting the SRS system. This includes
use of the R5/SRS or any other SRS related tool.
- Always double check your repair by driving the car over 15 MPH
and then re-checking the code.
- Many repairs to malfunctioning or damaged SRS hardware require
proper training and equipment and should not be attempted otherwise.
- Read entire R5/SRS Owners Manual before use.
Buy and Use at your own risk.