35. Using supplied tap connector, connect Green wire to pin 7 of ignition switch (Blue wire with white stripe). Important - if you would like car to start ONLY with use of button, cut wire as it exits pin 7, allowing wire as it goes back into the harness to only be connected to green wire. If you would like it to be "dual purpose" and be able to start either with the key (as original) or with the start button (preferred installation method), DO NOT cut blue/white wire, just safely tap into it with supplied tap connector.
36. Once wiring is connected, reconnect ignition switch connector and safely route wiring away from any moving parts. Zip tie to existing factory wiring with supplied zip ties and trim as needed.
37. Reinstall center register in original position and install 7mm screws.
38. Reconnect HVAC control wiring, and re-install center console cover. Re-install (2) 7mm screws at bottom and tighten.
Testing: For the following steps. be sure vehicle is in park if an automatic. neutral if a manual. wheels are safely blocked. and emergency brake is set.
39. Temporarily reconnect battery negative ground cable.
40. Sitting in driver's seat, place key in ignition. If illumination ground wire was connected to emergency brake wiring or directly to ground, start button should illuminate. If it is wired to do so and does not, re-check ground connection.
41. If switch is wired to turn off when emergency brake is released, test for proper operation by doing the following: hold foot firmly on brake pedal and release emergency brake. Illumination should turn off. Set emergency brake and switch should re-illuminate, along with parking brake warning light on instrument cluster.
42. Turn key to on position, but do not start. With transmission in neutral (manual) or park (automatic) and foot on brake, press start button. Engine should start. If it does not, remove key and re-check connections. If engine does start, turn back off.
43. If blue-white wire on pin 7 of ignition switch connector was not cut in step 35, check for "normal" operation with ignition key by attempting to start with key only. Engine should start. Turn engine back off after testing.
44. If above tests are successful, remove key from ignition and disconnect battery ground terminal. Wait 5 minutes before proceeding with re-assembly.
45. Re-connect traction control/trunk wiring to top of center console and re-install console. Close center console door, and if equipped with manual transmission, thread shifter knob back onto shifter.
46. Carefully reinstall passenger airbag assembly and bolt into position. Reconnect passenger airbag wiring.
47. Squeeze sides of glove box together, and close glove box.
48. Remainder of re-assembly is the reverse of steps 14-8. Do not reinstall negative terminal as in step 7 yet.
Final SRS Repower and Testing:
49. Turn ignition switch to "on" position (do not start vehicle).
50. Re-install fuse #31 in the SJB and put covers back on kick panel.
51. While insuring nobody is inside the vehicle, and everything clear of the airbags, reconnect battery ground and tighten terminal.
52. Turn key back to "off" position, wait ten seconds, and then turn key back to "on" (not start) position. Watch the air bag indicator light. If everything is working correctly, the light will stay lit for approximately six seconds, then turn off. If the light does not turn on at all, stays on constantly, or flashes a code after initially staying on continuously for about 30 seconds, there is an unresolved SRS issue that needs to be resolved. Consult a dealer or certified automotive repair facility to diagnose and resolve fault.