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Hi Everyone,

I just recently swapped my driver side seat and wanted to give everyone some info/tips on this as I found it hard to find everything in one place. Below I will place all I have, i'm not perfect so please ask questions or post corrections. Please note that this is what worked for me I'm not 100% sure it will work for you but it should. Lastly this is still a work in progress. Thank you :)

My Car: 2015 Honda Civic Si

Materials:
Air Bag System (No Dash Lights)
Under the drive seat you will find 3 plugs. (Seat AirBag)(Seat Position Sensor)(Seat Belt Sensor)
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  • For the seat airbag I purchased an extra plug and wired the BRIDE Air Bag Seat Canceller - 2.0 OHMS to it. Seat AirBag Sensor.png
  • For the seat position sensor I removed the stock one from the seat. (You will have to raise the seat to the tallest position to do so (once you have the seat out) )
  • For the seat belt sensor I purchased an extra seat belt with the sensor plug. But you can just remove the one from the stock seat.
All 3 of these have to be plugged in or you will get a light.
Hopefully I will have pictures up for this soon.

Issues:
You will need a longer bolt for the rear seat hole where the harness bar and seat base goes. Will post a picture or specs once I find this.
 

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Awesome!! Much appreciate it. I'm looking in swapping my seats here shortly. Didn't know they had a kit for the airbag sensor. I kept getting different answers between using 2 or 3 OHMS.

I will be definitely using this guide. Thanks again!
 
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So do all the airbags work properly?
I can't test that. But there are no warnings on the dash. That being said, the safest option is always the stock seat. I plan on using the bucket seat while on the track, and swapping back to stock when not on the track.
 

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I can't test that. But there are no warnings on the dash. That being said, the safest option is always the stock seat. I plan on using the bucket seat while on the track, and swapping back to stock when not on the track.
An important point that should be added to your write-up.
 
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