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Airbag resistors

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by 951, Mar 23, 2009.

  1. 951

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    Ive just fitted some new seats in a friends A4 and the airbag light has come on as they dont have airbags fitted.I seem to recall someone mentioning bridging the plug with a resistor so does anyone know whats size/capacity i would need ??
     
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  3. Broken Byzan

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    I got some here, PM your address and i will post you some
     
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    They are 0.4ohm from memory.
     
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    When i find them i will confirm. They are also larger power too IIRC
     
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    is it not perhaps a better idea to look at recoding the airbag module to that of a car without the side airbags?

    Seems to me i'd rather not be messing with resistors in my airbag wiring unless i really cant help it...
     
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    Audi did an official mod to disable the passanger front airbag for those who want to fit a rear facing car seat and do not have the ability to disable the airbag via a switch in the glovebox.
    All it consisted of was a plug which had a resister across the 2 pins. As far as I can remember the resister was small (Qtr watt) type. Didn't manage to workout the value from the colour bands, they wanted too much money for it!
    Jim.
     

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