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Old 03-03-2017, 10:05 AM   #15
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from how i understand it... its not just the light that is annoying... but if you remove the seats and do trick the complete system, then NONE of your airbags will work at all.. the complete system is disabled!!
Your only disabling the seat tensioner with the air bag simulator and defeating the dash light all your air bags will continue to work.
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Old 04-03-2017, 03:26 PM   #16
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from how i understand it... its not just the light that is annoying... but if you remove the seats and do trick the complete system, then NONE of your airbags will work at all.. the complete system is disabled!!
Why do you believe that? From what I understand. You are tricking the airbag module into believing that there are still airbags connected to get the light to turn off. In theory the resistance on the line that would normally go to an airbag would be the same. I'm guessing the car would see that and say "all systems go"
I don't know for sure, that's just the assumption I made
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