I believe you're using the right yellow connector as there's only one under there with just 2 wires.Hi guys, I am a new member and Oddyssey owner. I just bought an 02 EX and so far have been very happy with it. I have gotten a great deal of good info from the forum, and so far I have serviced the transmission, greased the sliding doors, and cleaned the EGR plate. While cleaning the interior I got a little crazy and completely removed the carpet for cleaning. In order to do this I removed the front seats, reinstalling the drivers seat in oredr to move the van around the yard as I worked.
As a result the SRS light is on. I read through the process for resetting the SRS light, but I cant even get past the first step. I unplugged the 2 pin connector, and I have jumpered the thing 5 different ways, but the SRS light never goes out. Hopefully I have the right connector - it is a yellow connector, 2 wires, right under the fuse panel. Next - am I jumpering the correct side? is it the 'pin' side or the 'hole' side? I am getting no results.
I just tried it as you are describing, and I am getting the same results. I will give it a another try tomorrow when my brain is refreshed.Then I re-read the instructions and realized that you disconnect when light goes ON, reconnect when light goes off and disconnect again when light goes ON and it will blink twice and go off.
No problem, I was determined to fix my SRS light problem without going to the dealer.Thanks for the links blake.
If you are still having problems watch this on how to reset the SRS light. It is on a different model but is the same procedure for the odyssey.Thanks for the pointers. I just ran through the procedure again and I am still running into the same problem -
1) I connect the jumper (several types)
2) I switch the ignition to the 2 position or start the car
3) I wait the six seconds for the SRS light to go out , but it never does.
I just tried it as you are describing, and I am getting the same results. I will give it a another try tomorrow when my brain is refreshed.
Happy to hear you got it fixed for free. DI had the same problem. I drove me crazy. I kept thinking I wasn't following the procedure correctly. Kept doing it over and over. The light refused to go out. That's when I gave up and took it to the dealer. They replaced the drivers side seat belt free.
Completely agree especially since its so easy to read the darn codes now with the instructions posted about shorting the two OBD II port pins. Worked like piece of cake for me for my codes at the least.That does bring up a good point however that just blindly doing a reset does not fix the real problem. You needed to read the diagnostic code ....