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      01-22-2012, 10:01 PM   #1
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Coding for airbag light...my options

is there a way to code this airbag light to go away

i'm sick of it...the dealer wants 500 dollars to just look at it...i don't care about airbags...

i just want the light gone..

so

what are my options

thanks
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      01-22-2012, 10:18 PM   #2
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There is a 10 year recall warranty

For 06 3 series bmw's if its a seat senor problem.

On the front passenger seat sensor in the US.
If the pressure senor fails within that period its
suppose to be replaced free.

Recall 08v384000 seat occupant sensor defect
says it only apply s to 06's in the 3 series though

http://www.automd.com/recall/campaign_c73379/
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      01-22-2012, 10:21 PM   #3
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your correct...i looked into that

my dealer says my 06 wasn't made in that defective period

stupid...i know
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      01-23-2012, 04:31 PM   #4
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You can clear it with Inpaload. Depending on whether or not something's actually defective it might come back.
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      01-24-2012, 04:06 PM   #5
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i'm assuming something is defective...i could care less whats defective..
i just want the idiot light off my dashboard....3 lights for one problem

ugh...

for safety reasons BMW should fix this...its not like i went screwing around with the SRS system...who does that
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      01-24-2012, 04:23 PM   #6
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I think they are being kind nit picky

about that recall it happened in the same year as the model year of your car.
I have had that error once but it went away.
I though a remembered reading somewhere somebody made a
jumper that fooled it into thinking it was outputting the right value.
When I had the error I was considering options my self .
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      01-24-2012, 09:49 PM   #7
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FYI this looks like it might help

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=583819
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      01-25-2012, 08:19 PM   #8
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great find...

guess the next step is to try and find someone who can code my car in the chicago land area lol
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      02-27-2012, 12:43 PM   #9
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My 2006 325xi wagon had the same problem at 42K mi. Brought Tenafly BMW (NJ), they wanted $200 just to run the diagnosis. Plus extra to fix if there is a problem.. I asked if there is a recall. She said NO.. Then I brought my car to my mechanical in Palisades Park, NJ. The owner ran a test, reset and the lights are off. DONE! He said it could be short wire or the sensor. But at least the lights are off. I tipped him $10...
(BTW, the owner at Alltech has been treating my bimmer like his car. Highly recommended)
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anybody find the values to be changed yet in order to turn off the airbag lights. this is not regarding the seat occupancy but for a number of other reasons i would like to code out my airbag lights as they stay on.

please insert the vales to be changed and so on.

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      07-13-2012, 03:27 AM   #11
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serached my original trc file and found these values with the "air" in them...closest to airbag i found were...

AIRBAG_STARTUP_TIMEOUT
wert_01
AIRBAG_MSG_TIMEOUT
wert_01
KNIEAIRBAG_FAHRER_1
nicht_aktiv
KNIEAIRBAG_BEIFAHRER_1
nicht_aktiv
ADAPTIVER_BEIFAHRERAIRBAG
nicht_aktiv
AIRBAG_INTRFCE_ERROR_DUR
wert_01
AIRBAG_COMM_TEST_DELAY
wert_01
AIRBAG_POS
nicht_aktiv
ACK_2_AIRBAG
nicht_aktiv
AIRBAG_FAHRER_1
aktiv
AIRBAG_BEIFAHRER_1
aktiv
AIRBAG_TRIGGERED_E-CALL
aktiv

should i also be looking for another kind of value?
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      07-15-2012, 11:27 AM   #12
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so since no one knew or was interested in getting this one sorted.....i have managed to get it working for my mates e90.
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serached my original trc file and found these values with the "air" in them...closest to airbag i found were...

AIRBAG_STARTUP_TIMEOUT
wert_01
AIRBAG_MSG_TIMEOUT
wert_01
KNIEAIRBAG_FAHRER_1
nicht_aktiv
KNIEAIRBAG_BEIFAHRER_1
nicht_aktiv
ADAPTIVER_BEIFAHRERAIRBAG
nicht_aktiv
AIRBAG_INTRFCE_ERROR_DUR
wert_01
AIRBAG_COMM_TEST_DELAY
wert_01
AIRBAG_POS
nicht_aktiv
ACK_2_AIRBAG
nicht_aktiv
AIRBAG_FAHRER_1
aktiv
AIRBAG_BEIFAHRER_1
aktiv
AIRBAG_TRIGGERED_E-CALL
aktiv

should i also be looking for another kind of value?
I left those alone, and set OC3 to nicht_akitv, and then unplugged the mat connector under the seat.
Cleared the codes with inpa and voila, never a light again.
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