I managed to fit a decent summary of my issue in the title. My battery recently crapped out. I'd suspected it was going south for a little while, and last weekend it became obvious when it barely started the car after sitting for only two days. When it finally did start, I got several warning messages on the dash for the ABS, power steering, and SRS. I put a new battery in it that day (last Sunday), and all seems to be well now, except for the SRS warning. I figured it would clear itself after a few days, but it's still there. It is apparently only the passenger side airbag that's affected, according to the warning.
I read a couple threads here about SRS warnings, but I haven't seen anything yet about them caused by low voltage. I figure my options are: 1. wait it out longer, 2. troubleshoot the connections to the passenger seat, or 3. go straight to the dealer for a reset. I read that disconnecting any SRS wiring will cause issues, so I'm a little apprehensive about messing with any wiring, especially considering the fact that there was no issue until the battery lost most of its charge. On the flip side, I'm tempted check for a short somewhere that could have led to the battery's demise, and if I'm going that route, then the passenger side SRS wiring is a prime suspect due to the warning message... If anyone has some guidance to at least point me in the right direction, that'd be sweet!