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post #16 of 25 (permalink) Old 07-22-2009, 05:52 PM
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There is one member on here, I think he is international, used an aftermarket steering wheel with the paddle kit and was able to retain the e-shift. Search and you shall find...who uses C/C anyway?? I would be more concerned of an airbag but that's just me.

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Sorry to bring back such an old thread but I have been looking everywhere and I cant seem to find what type or size relay I would need to get the Airbag light to stay off. I am going with an NRG hub and quick disconnect and I dont believe it comes with a relay to get the light to stay off. Any help?

Hello,

I am installing an aftermarket steering wheel and I was wonder if anyone knew the size, type or any specs on what I need to delete the Airbag with out the light coming on or losing the function of the rest of my bags.

Thanks!

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Sorry to bring back such an old thread but I have been looking everywhere and I cant seem to find what type or size relay I would need to get the Airbag light to stay off. I am going with an NRG hub and quick disconnect and I dont believe it comes with a relay to get the light to stay off. Any help?

Hello,

I am installing an aftermarket steering wheel and I was wonder if anyone knew the size, type or any specs on what I need to delete the Airbag with out the light coming on or losing the function of the rest of my bags.

Thanks!
X2...looking to change my wheel and this airbag relay is the only thing holding me back.

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After researching more I saw that the momo hub will come with a relay for airbag delete. Part # 7735, so I should be good.

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For the E-shift to still work it is very simple. Both wires that go to each button on the steering wheel are just grounding wires. so you can run a ground wire to a bolt under the dashboard, then run a wire to the plug for two switches. One wire to "up" and one wire to "down". Then run those 4 wires to 2 switches. like mini push button start switches. Here is youtube link to a video I uploaded since i dont know how to just post pics on this website lol, using a hollow shift knob so now I can do whatever with hands on the wheel and shift on the actual shiftknob. cost 5 bucks and 15 mins haha
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this thread is a year old. good job bringing it back

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PhillyB hit the nail on the head. I had the quick release installed back when I had my track IS. Mine came with a jumper(?) For tye airbag. Not sure what exaxtly it did, I just know it didn't pop a ligh on the dash
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sorry for bring this post back to life, but i really wanna do aftermarket steering wheel ( any suggestion - it has to have blue color in it) but i also wanna retain my E-shif i know one of the members did F1 paddle shifts but his pictures are gone on his post and i couldnt find any other information if someone can inform me, i would appreciate it


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you would need the nrg hub with paddle shifters and wire them up as stated above. I dont understand why so many people want to drive around without airbags in street cars. \_(ツ)_/

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i mean the more i think about i realize air bag is important, but at same time i have to get my own steering wheel redone but is just to expansive and i am thinking bout is250 steering wheel conversion

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you would need the nrg hub with paddle shifters and wire them up as stated above. I dont understand why so many people want to drive around without airbags in street cars. \_(ツ)_/
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