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1996 honda civic air bag controller module

Where is it locacated

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    If u are going to fool around with anything in the air bag system u need to have and follow to the letter airbag disarming protocol, if u don't u can end up with the system firing the bag and u would have a very bad day.

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The air bag module is located below the center of the dash in front of the center console mounted to the floor.Be sure to disconnect the batt. before removing and not to drop or bang the module.Good luck!John.

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