Is their a scanner available for a lay person to get to find out the code for the SRCSM?Scan SRSCM, go from there..
B1448 will get the seat cushion taken out and air-freight to Hyundai overnight for HMA in CA to repair the OCS part in cushion, then overnight back to dealer,, this is a no charge to customer, HMA expanded a previous recall to repair more units..
Dont go into dealer assuming your SRS light is automatically warranty, if 1448 found, HMA will cover,, if some other of 100+ DTC recovered, it be customer pay, unless some extended contract applicable that cover repair item
As noted above, the airbag light on the dash in the gauge cluster can mean it's one of many, many problems.
But, the buckle and a couple other things are the most common causes. In my case, the dealer told me it was the buckle. I waited a week before having it repaired, and during that week I found that if I wiggled the male part that plugs into the buckle while it was latched, the airbag light would flicker, leading me to believe they were right.
In my case, it was not a connector under the seat, it was in the buckle itself.One more vote for a bad buckle. Most times that is the culprit. Suggest using some electrical spray contact cleaner on the electrical contacts. It is possible that something rolled under the seat, and bumped into the connector to create the problem. Also, possible that someone's foot bumped the connector from the back seat, if their foot went under the seat. That connector is not protected under the seat, as it should have been, when manufactured.