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Old 12-14-2014, 08:25 PM
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Default E60 Restraint system fault and steering

Hey all,
I recently updated my (almost) whole car using winkfp. After this airbag and seatbelt light came on. And I can't delete them, they just pops up again. I read faults using INPA.
SIM/SGM:
93BC - Satellite, B-pillar, left|Belt-buckle contact, driver, rear(can't tell which one)
93BD - Satellite, B-pillar, right|Belt-buckle contact, passenger, rear(same here)
93AD - Side airbag, passenger|System time fault(same here)
So, can someone just tell me what's wrong? :(
Oh, and the steering after update, got a lot(and i mean a lot) heavier. I have a hard time turning it with one hand. Did I just broke something up or what? :(


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