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Airbag Solutions offers free SRS estimating checklist

Wednesday, September 18, 2013 - 05:45
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Airbag Solutions® announced the release of a new FREE Supplemental Restraints Systems Estimating Checklist. This checklist will allow damage appraisers to more easily identify each of the components required to remain in compliance with OEM service requirements surrounding restraint systems.  The SRS Service Checklist is available as either an on-line, fill-in pdf or as a simple printed download.

“Our goal has always been to offer a standardized, one-stop source for critical OEM requirements to the collision industry.  This brings us one step closer to that goal,” says Douglas Gan, COO of the company.  “With the use of this checklist (and our database), appraisers are now able to address each of the critical questions needed to ensure a proper and timely repair.  Knowing the answers to SRS related questions before the repair has begun will help to eliminate supplements, reduce cycle times and follow OEM procedures…our Restraint System Service Checklist asks these questions.” is a web-based database, accessed by subscription, and covers vehicles from 1988 through 2014.  The database is presented in a unique copyrighted photographic format rather than drop-down screens or pencil sketches so users see which components are required and where they are located.  This allows users to virtually eliminate supplements, simplify airbag system repairs and reduce cycle times.  Additional information including light resetting, wire repair and possible peripheral damage are also included in the database, making it the most complete airbag service resource available.

To access this FREE SRS Checklist, visit or click on the link below: is a web-based subscription database that provides a standardized, photographic presentation of restraint system information.  The database covers over 4500 vehicles from 1988-2012.  For additional information, go to .

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