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2008 Civic SRS,side air bag,passenger air bag lights on, no airbags?

Discussion in '8th Generation Honda Civic (2006-2011)' started by Right now, Jul 31, 2010.



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  1. Right now

    Right now New Member

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    I have a 2008 Honda civic and the srs light,side air bag light, and the abs light is on...How do i turn these off even though there is no longer airbags in the car?

    The car was wrecked and then repaired so it has no air bags, is it possible to completly turn the lights off ?

    I have disconnected the battery and the check engine light will go out for about 50 miles then it comes back on? The car runs and drives great.

    The abs light is on as well and comments on how to turn it off?

    Thank you in advance
     
  2. mrCIX3

    mrCIX3 be a good shark

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    I'd remove the 15amp fuse from abs fuse box for like 15 seconds the light will reset, hopefully.
     
  3. BlueSiclone

    BlueSiclone Master Ricer Registered VIP 5+ Year Member

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    To be honest, I would spend the money to have the ABS repaired properly.

    The airbag lights, I would just pluck the bulbs outta the dash
     


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