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Old 08-26-2012, 12:14 AM
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Default Airbag light, occupancy sensor and NCS coding

The FSW_PSW has an entry ERKENNE_SBE1_MATTE_RE and ERKENNE_SBE1_MATTE_LI. The passenger is always set to aktiv and the driver is set to nicht_aktiv. So if your steering wheel is on the right side ERKENNE_SBE1_MATTE_LI will be set to aktiv.

Someone on a German forum seemed to suggested that setting both to nicht_aktiv lets you disable the seat occupancy sensor. This makes sense but I have not been able to confirm this yet. Has anyone tried this on a E85? I have a problem with the airbag light and it seems to be coming from the occupancy sensor. I don't want to spend big cash getting it fixed and simply disabling the sensor would be a much better option!


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