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srs light

Discussion in 'Body / Exterior / Interior / Cosmetics' started by Delsol94, Jan 22, 2010.

  1. Delsol94

    Delsol94 New Member

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    i just completed my steering wheel swap in my delsol, and i removed the airbag obviously in the wheel and my srs light is on, and my question is...is there a way to diable the srs light on my dash and is the passenger airbag still armed?
     
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    currently your passenger side airbag will not work

    there are several ways to deal with this...
    so let me just get a bunch of them out of the way:
    1- the airbag is there for your safety... put it back on... if you want something that looks cooler get a JDM ITR wheel with SRS (both airbags will be functional)
    2- deal with the light shining as a constant reminder that you have removed a safety feature of the car (drivers airbag still missing, passenger airbag not functional)
    3- put some tape over the light (drivers airbag still missing, passenger airbag not functional)
    4- put a card or picture int he way of the light (drivers airbag still missing, passenger airbag not functional)
    5- remove the bulb (drivers airbag still missing, passenger airbag not functional)
    6- buy a steering wheel mount kit with a SRS bypass module (drivers airbag still missing, passenger airbag will be functional)
    7- get the proper sized resistor and make your own bypass (drivers airbag still missing, passenger airbag will be functional)

    im not going to tell you how to do #7, because of legal bullshit of disabling safety equipment on your vehicle, or you blowing yourself up in the process, or anything else that can possibly go wrong...

    but i will tell you that if you were to google "bypass SRS steering wheel", you might find a DIY that has the information you need to know
     
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    ok sounds good thanks
     
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