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Airbag control module, airbag light on constantly

I have a problem with the airbag system, which is giving ten faults. This seem a large number of things to go wrong at the same time! The fault codes are below. The mechanic try to clear the codes, but didn't work. Is there away to preform a hard re~boot? or can you help with any ideas? i understand the module is costly, and hard to get to!!

Audi A4, V6 2.5tdi 1999/2000

Ten fault codes 01213, 01219, 01220, 01591, 65535,00656,01215, 01216, 00591, 01044

PLEASE HELP ......

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