Resetting SRS light
Wow - I love this Forum. About a year ago I replaced the Ignition switch contacts on my 99 Ody. While trble shooting, I removed the entire switch and it's connected wire harness which entailed disconnecting all the connectors on the fuse block to remove the fuse block that covered the harness. At the time I paid no attention to that two position yellow connector or what it was for - it was just something else in the way. I was so happy about fixing my intermittent engine stalling problem that the fact that the SRS light now stayed on all the time was only a small annoyance. (OK, I knew the air bags were probably inactivated but I've always considered them somewhat superfluous when seat belts provide about 99% of the life saving protection at about 1% of the cost and the additional protection is probably lost by those injured from ignoring seat belts thinking the air bags will protect them - But thats another issue)
The SRS light was still an anoyance glaring at me everytime I drove the ODY so I finally took the time to research it and found Blake's Link to reading the codes and resetting light. It works perfectly! My code was 7-3 which decodes to a vague "Internal SRS failure" which I presumed related to my disconnecting the steering wheel bag while fixing the ignition switch. What I'd like to add here is that instead of using a paperclip or similar jumper on that yellow 2-socket connector in the fuse block, I used a small rocker switch with 2 foot leads plugged into the yellow connector. That made it easy to hold and toggle the switch in one hand while turning the ignition sw in the other and watching the SRS light:
Unplug yellow connector and insert leads, Tgl-on, Ign-on, wait for SRS-off, Tgl-off, SRS-on, Tgl-on, SRS-off, Tgl-off, SRS flashes twice, Ign-off, remove leads, plug yellow connector back into fuse block and you're done!
(If SRS light comes back on after two flashes you have a real fault and only two choices - fix it or wear your seat belt. Your spouse or significant others might rule out the 2nd option)