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My 2013 was involved in a accident, some airbags deployed... The scanner was only showing airbag codes which were fixed. But now a B0092-87 (left side impact sensor (second)) is popping right after everything was "fixed". Is this normal? This sensor has to be changed after an airbag fix?
 

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When it's all fixed, no there should be no lights. It's it's a shop, fight them to finish it.
 

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Here you go:
Service Manual
SRS Component Replacement/Inspection After Deployment

1. Component Replacement/Inspection After Deployment - Inspect


NOTE:

If the harness is broken or damaged in the areas relevant to the replacement parts shown below, replace the harness, do not repair it.
Before doing any SRS repairs, check for DTCs with the HDS for the less obvious deployed components (front seat belt tensioners, front impact sensors, side impact sensors, etc).
Do not replace the Front passenger's weight sensor unit (USA and Canada models) or the OPDS unit (Mexico models) unless it is physically damaged or a specific fault was found during DTC troubleshooting because it could complicate troubleshooting other DTCs.

USA and Canada models: After a vehicle collision, do the front passenger's weight sensor unit operation check.

After a vehicle collision, inspect the front seat active head restraints.

4-door USA and Canada models: After a collision where the driver's seat belt outer lap tensioner deployed, replace these items:

SRS unit
Front seat belt(s)
Driver's seat belt outer lap tensioner
Front impact sensor(s)

After a collision where the front airbag(s) deployed, replace these items:

SRS unit
Deployed front airbag(s)
Front seat belt(s)
Driver's seat belt outer lap tensioner (4-door USA and Canada models)
Front impact sensor(s)

After a collision where the side airbag deployed, replace the items for the side(s) that deployed:

SRS unit
Deployed side airbag(s)
Front seat belt(s)
Side impact sensor(s) (first)
Side impact sensor(s) (second)
B-pillar lower trim (4-door)
Seat frame and related parts

After a collision where the side curtain airbag deployed, replace the items for the side(s) that deployed:

SRS unit
Deployed side curtain airbag(s)
Front seat belt(s)
Side impact sensor(s) (first)
Side impact sensor(s) (second)
A-pillar trim
B-pillar upper trim
Quarter pillar trim (2-door)
C-pillar trim (4-door)
Front grab handle
Rear grab handle (4-door)
All related trim clips
Sunvisor
Headliner

After a moderate to severe side or rear collision, inspect for any damage on the side curtain airbag or other related components. Replace the components as needed.
A-Pillar Trim (2-door)
B-Pillar Upper Trim (2-door)
Quarter Pillar Trim (2-door)
A-Pillar Trim (4-door)
B-Pillar Upper/Lower Trim (4-door)
C-Pillar Trim (4-door)

During the repair process, inspect these areas:

Inspect all the SRS wire harnesses. Replace, do not repair, any damaged harnesses.
Inspect the cable reel for heat damage. If there is any damage, replace the cable reel.

After the vehicle is completely repaired, turn the ignition switch to ON (II). If the SRS indicator comes on for about 6 seconds and then goes off, the SRS is OK. If the indicator does not function properly, use the HDS to check for the DTCs. If you cannot retrieve a code, do the SRS Symptom Troubleshooting.

2. Headliner/Pillar Trim Overlap - Check


Checking and Adjusting the Headliner/Pillar Trim Overlap

To prevent the side curtain airbag from deploying and damaging the pillar trim (A-pillar trim, B-pillar trim, C-pillar trim, quarter pillar trim), the overlap between the headliner and pillar trim must be less than 8 mm (0.31 in). To check the overlap, do this:

1. Install the headliner (A) and the pillar trim (B).
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2. Apply masking tape (A) to the headliner (B) to mark the upper edge of the pillar trim (C).
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3. Remove the pillar trim, and measure the headliner overlap.

If the overlap is less than 8 mm (0.31 in), remove the tape, and install the pillar trim.

If the overlap is more than 8 mm (0.31 in), go to step 4.

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4. Carefully trim the headliner with a utility knife, reducing the overlap to less than 8 mm (0.31 in).

5. Remove the tape, and install the pillar trim.
 
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