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Honda Fit: Front Passenger's Airbag Replacement (Removal)

NOTE: If replacing the front passenger's airbag after deployment, refer to Component Replacement/Inspection After Deployment   for a complete list of other parts that must also be replaced.

Removal

  1. Do the battery terminal disconnection procedure, then wait at least 3 minutes before starting work.

  1. Remove these items:

    • The glove box is lowered

    • Passenger's tray lid

    • Dashboard vent

    • Audio-Navigation unit   or audio unit

  1. Remove the connector clip, then disconnect the front passenger's airbag inflator 4P connector (A) on the dashboard wire harness.

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  1. Remove the screw (A) from the passenger's lid.

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  3. Remove the three mounting bolts (B) from the bracket.

  1. Release the hooks (A) of the front passenger's lid (B) from the audio panel.

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  3. Pull up the front edges of the front passenger's lid to release the hooks (C).

  1. Remove the front passenger's airbag assembly (A) out of the dashboard. If you are replacing only the front passenger's lid, go to step 9.

    NOTE:

    • The front passenger's lid has pawls (B, C) on each side which attach it to the dashboard.

    • Take care not to damage the front passenger's airbag.

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  1. Cut the four corners (A) of the front passenger's lid (B) as shown, and remove the front passenger's airbag.

    NOTE:

    • Always replace the front passenger's lid whenever you remove the airbag from the panel.

    • Replace the airbag if the airbag mounting hooks or its housing is damaged.

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