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changing the module will not remedy the problem unless it is programmed. most likely if the control module had failed the fault stored in the airbag module should be a coding fault. Take the vehicle to your local bmw dealership, pay them to diagnose it and see if it just needs to be programmed. In most areas bmw dealership are opened on saturday usually fairly late
something in the airbag system is at fault. it could be the airbag(s) itself or any of the sensors that detect a crash to deploy the airbag. i would really take it into BMW and have it checked & repaired. the airbag(s) will not deploy with this light on so your safety is at risk if you are ever in an accident..