find the srs unit i think its behind the glove box not sure and un plug it BUT!! before u do that you neeed to desable it if u dont the airbags will blow! as soon as you un plug it what u need to do is take your neg batt cable and wait like 5 min i would wait 10 to be safe thenu should be abel to unplug the srs unit from the pcm but get a second voice on this one befor u take my word for it srs is not something to play with !! ive taken my driver air bag off to install a nrg qr /sparco wheel the only thing is that your srs light will be on but like i said see what every one else seys first air bags are not cheep if u blow them
So I would need to disconnect the battery first? My problem then would be that I don't have the code for the radio. I disconnected my battery once before and I had to call all over creation to find out where my car was originally sold from and they had the code to get the radio back on but now I can't find it. I guess it would be better to have no air bag then to have my radio though!
you HAVE to disconnect the battery any time you mess with the air bags. If you dont, and you cross 2 live wires you could trigger the bag to deploy. If you only want the passenger side off, you'll probably have to go under the dash and unplug it. Or put the kid in the back seat...
You can get the radio code from your Honda dealer with your VIN.
Definitely disconnect the negative terminal your battery first and wait a few minutes for the backup power in the SRS control module to be used up. You don't want to accidentally set off the airbag while you fiddle with the airbag module connector in the back of the glove compartment.
There are instructions on how to disarm the passenger airbag in the Hayes Repair Manual if you have one.
srs unit can be localted at the bottom of the dash on the floor board behind the center console/radio area. you will see all the yellow wires/plugs going to it. also like everyone has said, take your neg. cable off for 5-10mins so you dont accidentally deploy airbags.
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