Question about BMW X3 Series
I have the same issue, the dealer told me they can just change the sensor. However, he also told me the sensor is only for the airbag, that the seatbelt will work without it. So, if you are ok not having a working airbag, and willing to just trust the s/b then there is no need to fix it.
Anyone know how to turn the light off?
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
My experience is that it should be fixed correctly. First find out from another dealer if the seat change is needed or just the sensor. If it is needed change the seet. This is a safety issue. Do not take short cuts on your passengers lives.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
Goto www.bimtronics.com that's what I did and fixed it. Really eay to install.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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