My 2019 Toyota Tacoma had an SRS warning light. I did much research hoping to find a scanner that will clear codes after troubleshooting. My research revealed that simple fixes can be done by DIYer but the codes still need to be cleared with a scanner.

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Launch CRP123E had great reviews on you-tube and other sources especially for the wide range of cars/trucks in which it will communicate. This scanner identified that I need to perform a zero point calibration on the passenger seat.

Launch CRP123E SRS Scanner

This function is not available on CRP123E but for under $200 this is a really good scanner. This function is only available on $1000 plus scanners but now I have the knowledge that this procedure takes 60 seconds to perform at a repair shop.

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