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Marlyman
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Marlyman Jan 13, 6:16pm - #373643 

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1999 Toyota Celica GTS JDM

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Ireland
Getting the airbag light out

Is there any way to put the aribag light out on the dash. I recently replaced my steering wheel with a momo silverjet and the light is on now frown
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goose42
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goose42 Jan 13, 9:40pm - #373644 

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Is there a fuse you can pull? You could take out the display and remove the led. Put some black tape over the light and hope it burns out smile
I don't suppose you weighed the stock wheel/airbag. I'm curious what the weight is and how much can be saved with a Momo or Sparco. I may change mine out in the next few months; I don't like the idea of a bag exploding between my arms. Passenger side is fine, I just don't want one in front of me.
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Marlyman
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Marlyman Jan 16, 6:14pm - #373645 

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1999 Toyota Celica GTS JDM

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Ireland
isnt there a connection you can plug into the old airbag connection. i think i heard someone on about that before when i first cam here. Goose 42 ill weigh the stock wheel and airbag for you tomorrow. i dont have cruise control either. but you do have to turn off the indicators yourself, theres no work around for this
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narcolepsy123456
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narcolepsy123456 Jan 16, 6:19pm - #373646 

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nc, usa
This hub is designed for airbag equipped cars and comes with a resistor to use to disable the airbag warning light


http://www.shopmomo.com/2012.html

just need to add a resistor to the system to trick it to thinking its working.
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celikitten
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celikitten Jan 17, 1:04am - #373647 

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when dad fixes my cars he always just takes the car someplace where they have a machine that resets your dash sensors... so maybe you can find a place that does that?

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