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2G SRS light

Zmann42087

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May 9, 2005
Champaign, Illinois
As mentioned, you can run the driver side airbag wiring through a resistor and this will prevent the SRS light from being triggered. You can find the needed resistor here.

Unfortunately, this alone will not turn off the SRS warning light. Once the dash light is on, it's stuck on. It can be reset by your local Mitsubishi dealer, but it is hideously expensive.
 

Zmann42087

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May 9, 2005
Champaign, Illinois
damm i just want it off without having to go thru a huge hassle its driving me crazy l.ol

You posted that you cut the clockspring wiring, but your horn is still working? Is that correct?

if you did cut the clockspring wiring and remove it, neither your horn or self-canceling turn signals should work.
 

Jasonballer

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Apr 20, 2015
Vaughan, ON_Canada
You posted that you cut the clockspring wiring, but your horn is still working? Is that correct?

if you did cut the clockspring wiring and remove it, neither your horn or self-canceling turn signals should work.
ill post a picture basically what i have is the horn wire (green and red) attached to another wire being an extension I'm still trynna figure out a way of getting it to work properly because the wire swings around
 

Jasonballer

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Apr 20, 2015
Vaughan, ON_Canada
Look a little farther back under the center console you can't miss it. You will have to remove it its not hard. Looks almost like an ecu harness.... Well it is an ecu harness LOL
Perfect nvm I got it out and no more SRS LIGHT !! Thank you so much now the only problem I have left is figuring out how to get this horn properly wired to work
 

Jasonballer

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Apr 20, 2015
Vaughan, ON_Canada
Take a pic of the cables you have coming out of the rack, and what you have on the wheel
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Jasonballer

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Apr 20, 2015
Vaughan, ON_Canada
I think it may be one of the ones you cut. Everything else is ignition and stuff

One of the wires may be the clock spring, and the other probably the horn, mine is all sealed up so i dont wanna look at the wires LOL. Why did you cut anything?

i cut the wires off the clock spring because i had no other way of getting around but i figured the horn is the green and red wire that i now need a way to get it connected to the horn button on the steering wheel >.>
 

Jasonballer

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Apr 20, 2015
Vaughan, ON_Canada
mine is a momo eve wheel, i used a 2g adapter spline thingy and it looks stock. what wouldn't look clean? or you like the removable feature?

so basically I'm stuck with this guys idea but i don't wanna make it look like junk they way he's got it going like I've tried running the horn wire thru and into the steering wheel horn it worked but the problem is that the wire flies around when i turn the steering wheel >.> heres the video and at 2:48 is what i mean by messy even tho its a good idea
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