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    hi got the air bag light on a 2004 320d ,any advise on which reset tool to use
     
     

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    you must read your error codes first mate, no help without them as it could be loads of different things!
     
     

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    you can turn to the airbag reset tool, such as B800 airbag reset tool.
     
     

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    well, if there is an issue, you reset the airbag turn the ignition off and back on again and it will be there again...
     
     

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    Mine came on the E46 when I had the steering wheel changed after it was retrimmed as the ignition stayed on. I spent £40 on a reset tool that didn't work. Went down my local Indy and he charged me £10. Sometimes it not worth spending the money on the tool.
     
     

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    A reset toll won't always do the job, especially if the passenger occupancy sensor is on the blink, then you could replace it with a bypass sensor for a tenner
     
     

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