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      09-07-2019, 02:10 PM   #1
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BMW airbag light and seat belt light

I am going to post this in here since I would like to see if I can get then sensor coded out, So this is the last step in my journey of restoring this destroyed BMW that the previous owner just made it a mess. So I went ahead and read my codes and I have an airbag code which is 93C6. It has something to do with my backrest lock. I also get a seat with an unlock symbol next to it when ever I start my car. It also says it is a Fault in Alarm path in the driver's seat module. I am not sure if that means my module is fried or something but how do I go forth with fixing this issue.
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      09-07-2019, 05:50 PM   #2
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I am going to post this in here since I would like to see if I can get then sensor coded out, So this is the last step in my journey of restoring this destroyed BMW that the previous owner just made it a mess. So I went ahead and read my codes and I have an airbag code which is 93C6. It has something to do with my backrest lock. I also get a seat with an unlock symbol next to it when ever I start my car. It also says it is a Fault in Alarm path in the driver's seat module. I am not sure if that means my module is fried or something but how do I go forth with fixing this issue.
I read somewhere that someone had to get their seat frame replaced to fix it. You can try coding it out, I've never attempted but in ABG trace I found SLV_FAHRER_1 driver flip forward seat backrest lock. Try setting that to nicht aktiv if you don't wanna go through diagnosis and trying to fix it.

Also take a look under the seat and make sure nothing is disconnected and all plugs are plugged in securely
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      09-07-2019, 05:56 PM   #3
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Now what program can I do this in, When I open NCS Expert I do not have a ABG module. I have a E93 so I have some ACSM or somthing module but I still don't see that either.
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      09-07-2019, 06:28 PM   #4
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ok so i figured the module put in ncs expert. i go ahead and changed it to nicht_aktiv but it goes back to aktiv after i code the module
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      09-07-2019, 06:44 PM   #5
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Ok, I fixed it. Thank you so much! No more light on my dash.
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