Battery went bad resulting in vehicle just clicking when trying to start. New battery installed and now blinking then solid SRS light. Light was out previously. Any way to clear it?
Should not being the key words. Drove it home no light, parked in the garage. Went to start it an hour later and just clicking of the starter and really dim lights. Turns out the battery had shorted out. New battery in and it started right up, with a blinking SRS light. So I'm pretty sure I didn't develop a fault sitting in the garage for an hour.... or any indie that specializes in older Land Rovers. A weak battery should not cause any issues with the SRS system. Normally the SRS does self check at start up and lights the SRS light, if it finds no error the the light goes out after about 8 seconds. If it finds an error the light blinks. If the issue is not rectified the light will remain lit until the logged error is checked with diagnostics and repaired.