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    Re: some issues

    I call this backside itchy. Good luck.

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    Re: some issues

    er bro, i would appreciate some constructive comments.. if u wana suan me, u can PM me to do so, thanks
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    Re: some issues

    Put back the original seat and see whether the error disappear.

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    Re: some issues

    Quote Originally Posted by pengful View Post
    Did you check if the Recaros can be hooked up to the bimmer electrical circuit before you installed them? I sure hope that they are comfortable because those warnings aren't, IMO.
    Quote Originally Posted by pengful View Post
    Go to workshops with the diagnostics tool, like BVO, J4C, Boss, etc. They can help you clear the error codes and possibly do some re-wiring.
    Not constructive? Another one for you. Put back original seat!

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    Re: some issues

    er, bros, i dont know if we're on correct page or not..

    i already bought the seats, i already fixed the guys on, i would like to see if anyone here has solutions, i do not wana put back the original seats back on, cos if wanted to, i know the warning lights and everything else would easily go away, the guys @ the workshop alr told me so.
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    Re: some issues

    Quote Originally Posted by pengful View Post
    Not constructive? Another one for you. Put back original seat!
    dude, i already went to j4c / boss, they couldnt solve it. gonna try BOV probably next week to see if they can solve it or not.

    thanks.
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    Re: some issues

    If i am not wrong, you need to trick 3 things.

    1st is the side air bag on each front seat.

    2nd is the belt tensioners

    3rd is the passenger seat occupancy mat

    You probably need to remove some hardware from the old seats or buy the emulator hardware as described above.

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    Re: some issues

    bro quickshot, there are some workshops that do the standard work while some run by passionate bros like Rodney will spend the time to troubleshoot even the smallest of problem. so far i only know 2 dudes who bother to go tak chek or trial n error on things. one is mike of Kian Teong and other is Rodney. as for Bernard of bvo, i think he also got no time to troubleshoot for u cos he's always full of cars and this is very time-consuming stuff...haha

    so best choice, look for sexy rodney....robot say one....hahahaha

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    Re: some issues

    rodney, ill be seeing u soon.

    thx sszone. appreciate the heads up
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