You brought up something I hadn’t thought about. The bypasses I’ve been making are for the driver’s and passenger’s primary airbag inflators as well as the seatbelt buckle. The older Es only have a single SRS connector under the passenger seat for the seatbelt buckle (like the ‘03 I’m making these for) so they can be bypassed with a single modified connector. The newer models added an airbag in the seat as well as what appears to be an OPDS unit. In your picture the yellow connectors are the SRS components. The far right connector is the seatbelt buckle for which I made a bypass. To trick the system completely on these newer model E’s like this we would need to have a bypass for each of the three SRS components that come out with the seat. The airbag and buckle I am confident I can trick. I’ll have to do some homework on the OPDS.I’m new to posting here. I’ve owned only E’s since 2004. Now prepping my 2010 for a 2 month road trip. Here’s a pic under the passenger seat. There are 7 connectors, 4 of which have to be released to free the seat from the wiring harness coming from the floor. From left to right, connectors 1,2,5, & 7. Does only one of those connectors need to be tricked into thinking the seat is still there? If so, which one? I am keenly interested in Chop_E’s bypass adapter.
Hello, I would also be very interested in purchasing this bypass for my 08 Honda element if possible! ThanksView attachment 220092
Well, the new bypass works perfectly in our 2008. Nancy, PM me if you’re still interested.
I appreciate the interest. ChopTopChallenge starts on Thursday so I’m going to be occupied for some time. If I’m able to get this working for the newer Es I’ll post a separate thread so I’m not cluttering up OPs thread.Hello, I would also be very interested in purchasing this bypass for my 08 Honda element if possible! Thanks
Edit: just saw that 07-11 will require additional research, so no rush. But I would be very interested in purchasing if you are able to get this working!