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Old 08-04-2011, 05:21 PM   #1
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Red face INT: SRS->NON SRS Steering Wheel Conversion

SRS->NON SRS Steering Wheel Conversion

* DO THIS ONLY IF YOU FEEL COMPETENT ENOUGH * Im not responsible for you jacking up your car. I have a 93 Ex and this worked for me. This is probably illegal to remove OEM installed SRS equipment but honestly i see it no differently than turning off the passenger air bag or putting the airbag disabler with the oem wheel. sorry but form>function in this case and many more.

This mostly applies to 9293 USDM CB7's.
Why would u want to do this?? I have a JDM Leather 4G Prelude wheel i want to put on and i want to retain my horn and C/C functions WITHOUT The SRS light and WITHOUT just pulling my cluster light. Wiper and headlight stalks are same distance from the non srs wheel because i only used the clock wheel from the 9091 and not the entire hub.

Parts Needed:
9091 Wheel Clock with 3 screws
9091 Wire harness from Clock wheel to interior wire harness.
9293 SRS Disable Plug
9293 Male SRS Plug Pigtail
NON SRS wheel

Tools Needed:
Small Flat Head Screw Driver
Small Philips Screw Driver
T-30 Torques Bit
19mm Socket w/ extension
Medium Philips Screw Driver
Wire Cutters or Knife
Solder Gun
Shrink Wrap

Remove Your SRS Wheel:
- REMOVAL OF Steering Column cover is by 5-6 Medium Philips screws under the Wheel Column. USE EVEN PRESSURE WHEN REMOVING OR THEY WILL STRIP
-Look on the side of the wheel and pop of the cosmetic caps which cover screws.
-On the left is only one Torques Screw.
-On the right is one Torques Screw and 2 screws on the C/C panel.
-Remove The C/C pannel
-Remove the Airbag
-Rotate the Wheel to the driver door until it locks ( youll hear a click )
-Remove the 19mm Nut in the Center of the wheel
-Unplug everything
-3 philips screws hold on the ABS clock wheel. remove them and remove the ABS Clock wheel.
- Unplug the yellow SRS connector under the steering column

Find this connector in a hidden panel under your SRS steering wheel. It should be held on by 2 screws. If its not there then your previous owner lost it.

Take the connector apart and get the metal out of it. Save it for later

Take the Male end of the SRS connector and cut it in half save the left half of the Connector like this
Cut the other end which goes to the SRS Clock wheel.
Expose the metal on the 3 connectors.
Solder them in this order


Front left to right on the female SRS plug is
1 HORN ( Blue RED ) 2 Resume ACCEL ( Green BLACK 0 ) 3 C/C Set ( Green RED )
The last three are covered by that red connector that you took apart. This oem clip disables the SRS Light the proper way.

Assembly:
Take the Non SRS clock wheel and the 9293 Hub has provisions for 3 screws for the non SRS clock wheel ( There is no need to change out the white things )

Attach your conversion harness to the Female SRS connector

Line up your Non SRS wheel on the Column ( Trial and Error to get it perfectly strait )
Put your 19mm Bolt Back and tighten it real good as long as you know its strait.
Go test your Horn and C/C
Put your cosmetic cap on to cover the bolt.
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Old 08-08-2011, 03:13 AM   #2
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lol alot of views but obviously no one cares about doing this but the info IS here if someone DOES actually want to do this =P
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Old 08-08-2011, 03:25 AM   #3
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lol its a good diy
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Old 05-30-2012, 01:00 PM   #4
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I really want to do this. I tried once before but I didn't see the diy and I didn't want to mess my stuff up, so I gave up and put it all back together haha. I will be using this, thanxx kjnboi
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Old 05-30-2012, 01:35 PM   #5
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do you think this disables the passenger airbag?
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Old 05-30-2012, 02:01 PM   #6
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do you think this disables the passenger airbag?
I guess I didn't know there was a passenger airbag. I don't have a passenger airbag and I don't think any cb came with one
I could be wrong though
Correction...I was wrong...Canadian 93 SE's do...

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Old 05-30-2012, 02:16 PM   #7
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Idk if it disables the passenger airbag. i know it wont throw the SRS light on driver only airbag modles. sorry i dont have an answer but do some research and when you find out post the info you learn up. =D
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Old 05-30-2012, 02:38 PM   #8
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Idk if it disables the passenger airbag. i know it wont throw the SRS light on driver only airbag modles. sorry i dont have an answer but do some research and when you find out post the info you learn up. =D
ok thanks, just wondering because then theres a bomb chilling in front of my passengers lol I guess if I did do this I could put the service clip on the passenger airbag and manually disable it that way
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I guess I didn't know there was a passenger airbag. I don't have a passenger airbag and I don't think any cb came with one
I could be wrong though
Correction...I was wrong...Canadian 93 SE's do...
Guess my 93 se is a kanuk..learn something new every day
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Old 05-30-2012, 03:16 PM   #10
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Old 07-24-2012, 08:33 PM   #11
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good info.

and for the record, the 93 SE was the only model that came with a pass side airbag
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Old 08-14-2012, 11:12 AM   #12
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Great write up geese these DIY 's now I got too much going on @ once lol
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Thought I would add this in if you need to fix your blinker return problem with the 90/91 steering wheel. I tack some beads on the end of the steering wheel so it's long enough to turn the blinker return.



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