you don't even understand what this means to me. The world.
I have contacted the seller on Ebay and asked him if he would ship to Germany. So waiting for his response and see what the next steps going to be.
I am calculating what the best deal here is, the inspections for my ECU would cost me around $50, and the used ECU $80. What I meant with clone is basically to copy all the files from my old ECU and copy them onto the new one, therefore I am surely downgrading software-wise, but I do not have to deal with the immobilizer that's stored in the speedometer and blinker relay and switch and others (that what I've been told).
The other option however would be to soder the old Eprom chip onto the new one. What this eprom chip does is simply activate the immobilizer and store all the data in it. Yet again, I am just digging into it, all this information is based on the last 3 days trying to find circuit prints and voltages, onboard pictures of the ECU, and others to understand how Honda designed the Accord on the electrical level.
I am studying aerospace engineering so I can kinda relate to my knowledge thanks to that.
About your SRS problem:
I've read about this problem, too. Honda can in fact reset your SRS module, but you are also able to do it yourself depending on which module you have installed. Under the dash, there's a single not-used connector just hanging around. That's the SRS service connector. By connecting e.g. a paperclip in it, your module will first off either give you an OBD I code by a flashing SRS light (long/short flash -> That's what mine is doing) or it will reset the module.
If nothing happens your SRS module has failed entirely. So I have high hopes for this one. But my SRS light is on since I've removed the SRS fuses to see if that causes my check engine light. So I am assuming my module is also (partly) fried.
Yet again, Honda charges your newborn to plug their reader into it and tell you what's wrong with it (it ain't got no gas innit -> sorry, this meme is in my head since I took my ECU out).
I'm just excited and happy to learn more stuff every day.
I am still not sure if the A, G, and others are (only) software version references since the shop also told me that if there's a different chip in them, it won't be possible to copy the data. But there is still option B with the eprom chip nevertheless.
Sadly I don't find any information about the SRS module, yet again, the first 8 digits match with different ones, I am assuming that they also did some changes to them over the year. The worst case is that I connect my battery and my airbags go off, right?
(joke, already praying that this won't happen).
I'll keep you updated as soon as I made a decision about what my next steps going to be.
Oh and also, no. They just suspend your license and take your car in the worst case (e.g. you have an accident, doesn't matter if you are at fault or not, you will be since your "tüv" is overdue which in my case is already the case for about 1 1/2 months...)
Yet again, thank you so much for everything. For your time, your patience with me, and the effort you put into this.