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How do you change an airbag module in a 1996 Honda Accord?
Honda Accord 1994-1997The air bag module is located right next to the gas pedal, it is to the right of the gas pedal. It is under the carpet, there is a piece of carpet that goes straight over the moudle from the driver to the passenger foot space. This piece is cut in the center i think so that by pulling at it it will rip apart. Pull on it so that it ripps apart, the tear will only be in the center of the piece which will not be seen after you push it back in to its place, trust me on this, and you have to do this to get to the module. Then unscrew the four screws holding the moudule and disconnect the plug from it and put you new one in and secure it and plug the connecter back in. You Srs light should still be on until you reset. How to reset the srs light? Pretty simple!Right above the the hood opener/puller there is a yellow plug with two grey wires. This the Mes plug on 94-97 accords and go to the link for instructions http://www.superhonda.com/forum/showthread.php?t=59738&highlight=srs+light+reset
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Honda SRS (Airbag) reset how-to See http://www.geocities.com/myintegra96/srs.html Josh Zworg has a great how-to with pictures. JoKing2
The air bad "control module" is located under the front dash, behind the stereo. You will likely need to reset or replace the control module if your SRS (Supplemental Re…straint System) light stays on. The air bad "control module" is located under the front dash, behind the stereo. You will likely need to reset or replace the control module if your SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) light stays on. The air bad "control module" is located under the front dash, behind the stereo. You will likely need to reset or replace the control module if your SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) light stays on.
Answer remove the spark plug wires one at a time and unscrew the plugs
Raise and support the vehicle w/ jack stands. Remove the front wheel assemblies. Remove the two bolts holding the brake caliper onto the hub assembly. Slide the caliper off o…f the rotor. Be sure to compress the caliper piston back down, w/ a c-clamp or caliper piston tool. Install the new pads, reassembly the caliper to the hub assembly, properly tighten all bolts. Reinstall the wheels and lower the vehicle. BE SURE TO PUMP UP THE BRAKE PEDAL BEFORE MOVING THE CAR! I say that from my own personal experience....Good luck!
Questions like this are asked and answered all the time here. There are specific items that are required replacement items when a deployment occurs or when an airbag light com…es on...and there are some items that are "check only". Check out this website for the EXACT answers to your questions including fault code charts. This site tells you exactly what needs to be replaced and how to access them (seat belts & all) on over 3500 cars. It's a pay site, but it's little money well spent to get the correct answers and to see exactly what you're after...it uses pictures, not text, so you can see what you're looking for. http://www.airbagsolutions.com http://www.airbagsolutions.com/demo.aspx http://www.airbagsolutions.com/vehicles_list.aspx Good Luck...it's not too bad of a job & if your state allows it, used parts or parts from eBay should be ok Here's a site that will explain everything you need to know about airbag lights and resetting the system. http://www.airbagsolutions.com/ This website gives you the procedure for diagnosing and resetting airbag lights. See if your car is listed here. http://www.airbagsolutions.com/vehicles_list.aspx
The 1999 Honda Accord airbag computer module can be found behind the kick plate. The module will be on the passenger side.
do 1991 honda accords have airbags?
the left kick panel on the fuse box.
\nYou don't. Working on the SRS is not a DIY repair. Due to the inherent danger of working on this system, this should be done by a professional.
behind the steering wheel, on the column. Best recommendation have mechanic replace. If you want to do it yourself, go spend about 180 or so in specialty tools that you'…ll use once or twice. Pull off upper and lower shroud, disable air bag and wait, pull out airbag module. Pull out steering wheel ( without breaking teeth or nose), take out all screws and note locations, pull out lock ring and horn. Mark all locations of clock spring assembly and location direction. Without turning new clockspring or letting it unwind. put it in exactly as the old one came out. GGGGOOO OOODDD LLUUCCKKK!!
Yes Drivers air bag and passenger air bag.
No, it has no air bags.
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Yes, I have a 1992 Honda Accord and it has a driver side airbag, it does not, however, have passenger, rear, or side airbags.
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Book time for the evaporator is 2 hours, follow the a.c. lines to the fire wall and under the dash on that side attatched to the evaporator will be your expansion valve.
Every 90,000 mile under normal conditions or every 60,000 miles under severe conditions.
It has a driver air bag mounted in the steering wheel. No other airbags where available.
When it quits working and the cable isn't broken.