Metal Tech OCS Module 2.0 W/ Airbag Resister
OCS Module 2.0 W/ Airbag resister fits the following vehicle(s):
- 2007-2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser
- 2004-2009 Toyota 4Runner (Limited, SR5)
- 2004-2014 Sequoia (Limited, Platinum, SR5)
- 2005-2014 Tacoma
- 2004-2014 Tundra (Limited, Platinum, SR5)
Posted by Yinghe Li on Oct 8th 2018
I remove my 07 FJ passager seat for a larger space, works perfectly no more SRS warning light on the dash! I do believe this is the only way to eliminate the warning light!
Does the trick!
Posted by Brian on Apr 23rd 2018
Only after I had aftermarket seats installed in my 2007 FJ did I learn that the seats weren't compatible with the SRS sensors. They are truly plug and play. It gets rid of that dang dash light.
Posted by Unknown on Oct 1st 2017
I installed some other OEM seats in my 2013 Tacoma. The new passenger seat uses the new electrostatic detection tech as opposed to the old weight sensors like my Tacoma, so I needed this bypass module to make everything kosher with the SRS system.
Basic plug n' play. Simple as that. Works great on my Tacoma. The only thing I learned, and maybe I missed it from the instructions, is that in order for the pass. airbag to turn on, you need to in the correct order:
Flip OCS switch to on, WAIT for airbag indicator to read "ON", THEN and only then buckle the seatbelt. If you buckle the seatbelt first, the airbag will not turn on regardless of what you have the OCS switch set to. At least for my Tacoma this was true.
Other thing I did not see in directions. All you do is unplug all the connectors under the OEM seat, then plug this OCS module and done. no need to remove all the OEM sensors themselves, just leave those on the old seat, and cover over your old plugs after the fact to seal from dust/dirt.
Posted by Unknown on Jun 6th 2017
Worked perfectly for my 2013 Toyota Tacoma Crew Cab.Super easy to install and it took care of all the srs lights after I swapped my seats for suspension seats.
thank you metaltech
Posted by chen lovim on May 27th 2017
thank you for your help and good product. check other need for buy next time
Missed seat switch
Posted by Unknown on Jan 25th 2017
Everything was straight forward except I missed the switch under the drivers seat.
This caused the air bag alarm to stay light.