I would just like to share this to everyone that doesn't know how to remove the check suspension light off after converting to coil spring setup. Either lowering or lifting your expo and navi. I'm sharing this because I learned it the hard way, and most of the time it happens to most of us!.. granted strut master and other company just give you instruction to cut #12 wire, it even says white or black plug!wow, why make it hard for everyone. you won't be able to see the wires until you take everything out to look at both plugs. Someone here mentioned that it's the gray plug,,,,, that is wrong i'll explain this in a bit. Picture speaks for itself.
1. 7MM Socket ratchet or screwdriver style
2. flat head screw driver
4.optional small mirror it helpful to look at the plugs if you don't want to remove half of the dash board
first, turn off the suspension switch and negative ground on the battery. remove the center top dash panel. you can see the suspension module, it's on top of the radio. but even if you remove the radio you can't access the plugs, because the plugs of the module is at the back. just cut that green wire that you can see on the white plug. Note: it's the "green" wire from the white plug. don't be fooled by others saying it's the gray plug. there is no gray plug there, only black and white. and you're done once you cut that green wire, secure both ends with electrical tape. Don't forget to turn on the suspension switch, that way you still get to use the steering assist feature.
cut this green wire its on the white wire not the black plug
2.heres other option take half of your dash incase you need to be sure and want to see both plugs
this is the plug look at diagram from suncore above you can see and match the colors if youll ask if i check it yes i learned it the hard way this is the main power and needs to be cut hope this help others that want to kill the light instead of removing your light on cluster do it once and do it right