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Audi a4 quattro 1999 airbag sensor

Sensor suddenly came on in a parking lot when I started the car.
Car was not hit. Pulled on the passenger seat release to get a bike in the car...seat came up like an ejector seat. From what I read on the internet I would guess that one of the wires under the seat jarred loose. Nothing out of place that I can see. Can you tell me specifically what wire connections to look for under the seat?

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  • gyver101 May 26, 2008

    Passenger seat does not have power seats. They are manual. Hence the "ejector" pull handle. But thanks anyway.

  • Fi5ve Oct 29, 2008

    same problems. had 00 a4 2.8l Q for 1 year, and it brings me tons of electronical problem, really **** me off. spend lot of $ on it. wont buy AUDI again

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Sounds like it fried the power seat motor when it faulted like that sometime power seat motors come loose which releases the power coupling clip for wires i believe this is a saftey factor for the seat and seat belts this will have to have seat pulled up and out to check this

Posted on May 26, 2008

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