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Old 01-17-2020, 10:39 PM   #11
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Default Re: NCV3 Steering wheel Swap for T1N possible?

Not off topic at all but ideas for your old airbag:


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Using a multi-meter to test.

"However, in some workshop manuals that we have looked at, such information isn’t readily apparent. That is, a substitute resistance is not clearly stated. The apparent solution would be to measure the airbag resistance directly with a multimeter. But be very careful if doing this! If the procedure of measuring airbag resistance with a multimeter is not shown in the workshop manual, don’t do it! This is because multimeters test resistance by applying a current to the tested object and then measuring the voltage drop. In other words, when you measure resistance with a multimeter, you are applying some power to whatever you are measuring. In the case of an airbag, if that current is too high, the airbag may inflate. The Honda workshop manual states that the test multimeter should output a current of less than 10 milliamps on the lowest value resistance scale; however, it also states that you shouldn’t measure airbag resistance directly."


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