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Honda CR-V 2001 fuse box diagram to turn off SRS light. I saw a two wire yellow connector, up on left upper side of fuse box. Was unable to disconnect plug (afraid of breaking it), to short out two wires. It was difficult to reach, and was unable to remove dashboard panel to ease reaching the connector. Can't go to a dealer. Wife lost job, and we both only survive on my Social Security Check.

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Hi, you cannot turn it off rather you have to reset it by following the instruction below...
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    It is a yellow connector with two wires in it that is plugged into the fuse box, unplug it and pull it down. Once you have done that you can begin the process of erasing the memory. NOTE: This will only reset your SRS System if what caused it to trigger has been fixed, Ex: turning the ignition on with any SRS Plugs disconnected, such as pulling your seat out.

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