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mcarringer

Cayman S Short Shifter

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I installed a short shifter on my 2007 Cayman S recently. Now the airbag indicator light is constantly on. Anyone know what I might have done wrong? By the way, the service bulletin for doing this gives about 25% of the information needed to replace the shifter.

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Have you disconnected the battery during the installation ? You need a diagnostic tool to reset the airbag light in this case.

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I installed a short shifter on my 2007 Cayman S recently. Now the airbag indicator light is constantly on. Anyone know what I might have done wrong? By the way, the service bulletin for doing this gives about 25% of the information needed to replace the shifter.

When you remove the rear console, just in front of the gearshift frame is an orange/red coloured box. This is the SRS control unit. If you removed any cables or dislodged the box sufficient to cause the cable to come loose, you'd see an error like that.

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Also, the another key reason for this is that you either left the Passenger Airbag Light unplugged when putting together the console, or turned the car on before it was plugged back in. Verify that your passenger airbag light lights up when the car is started. Also, the light has to be turned off by the dealer, but if everything is plugged back in, it should not return.

- Suneet

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