SOLD: Honda Accord Airbags and Module - How To Tutorial
I could not find a good tutorial on how to do this, so I filmed mine with a GoPro Hero as a reference. This is in a 1996 Honda Accord 4 door 4 cylinder automatic. I am not a tech, mechanic, or anything of the sort, so you will probably see 19 things I did wrong, etc. I am not claiming to be any kind of authority on the matter, just a guy that would have benefited from having something like this prior to doing the R and R.
I should also mention that I mistakenly purchased airbags for a 1995, and the plugs are different. It may be as simple as clipping the old wire and splicing the new plug, however with my limited knowledge I didn't want to take the chance. I am selling a pair with module for only $300 if anyone is interested.
How To Pull Honda Codes Without a Scanner -EricTheCarGuy
Link to code explanations:
Honda ABS Codes 1994-1997:
Honda ABS Codes 1998 and up:
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Discussion about this Video:
I feel like I should have made this video a while ago but the opportunity
never came up. Since I had this RL in my shop that had a check engine
light AND an ABS light I thought it was a perfect opportunity to put this
video together. I get asked all the time about my 'special tool' and it's
really nothing more than a Honda 2 pin connector with the input wires
soldered together. These connectors might be harder to find than you think
but if you run across a junk honda and one of these is on the harness grab
it. Even if you don't have the tool a paper clip or piece of wire will do
the exact same thing so don't sweat it if you don't have the tool because
shorting the connector is all you need to do.
I hope you find this video helpful.
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How To Reset SRS Light on a Honda
This is how to reset (disable) airbag SRS light procedure for honda accord
and civic vehicles. Civic, EP3, Fit, City, jazz, and many more honda/acura
vehicle. Espanol. (Hard part is finding the location to plug).
This video shows how to reset your SRS light in case you forgot to plug in
a air bag or repaired a broken seat belt. ONLY unplug that cable. You do
not need any special tools other than a wire and some wire cutters. There
is a tools specifically for this but it is pointless seeing as how it is
only used for this specifically. Leave a comment if you have any questions.
I get an email and I will reply ASAP. This should work for honda civics
This was done on a 97 civic.
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Here I show you how to remove your steering wheel in your 96-00 Honda
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