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My 2003 lancers airbag has been deployed. I have a new ecu, clock and airbag. what is the procedure for reinstalment?

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It is pretty straight forward remove the old bags take note of anything removed and how it sets. line up the clock spring install the new air bags and then the ECU. If you install the ecu without the bags and turn the ignition on you will set the SRS light off again and need to get it reset so avoid doing so.

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Also remember to disconnect your battery when doing any kind of electrical work on your car

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