Bright orange passenger airbag warning light on 2017 WRX.
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This is a discussion on Bright orange passenger airbag warning light on 2017 WRX. within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Is there anyway to turn this eyesore off or maybe a way to cleanly cover it up? Thanks for your ...

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    Bright orange passenger airbag warning light on 2017 WRX.

    Is there anyway to turn this eyesore off or maybe a way to cleanly cover it up? Thanks for your responses.

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    Short of unplugging the indicator bulb for it? Probably some electrical tape will do lol
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    Just get a heavy girlfriend and leave her in the seat forever.

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    Lol, not sure that'd work. It stays on all the time it just switches from on to off, depending if you have someone in the passenger seat or not.

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    I just noticed this last night. The wife suggested I get some tint film to make it not so bright.

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    Just remove the the small console, it's easy to do and see if there is something to unplug.
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