Airbag SRS light on E90 320d 05 93AB passenger airbag, stage 1

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  1. Airbag SRS light on E90 320d 05 93AB passenger airbag, stage 1 
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    I have the airbag and seatbelt light on permanently. I had it diagnosed with a launch machine and it gives the code 93AB Passenger airbag, Stage 1. After restting it came back on the next day. I changed the seat occupancy matt sensor and the light has come back on again. Anyone any ideas please??
     
     

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    Anyone please??????

    I'm not even sure it is the mat sensor as i fitted a bypass unit and it didn't fix the problem.
     
     

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    what did you use to read the code ?
    which bypass sensor did you use ?

    bypass sensor will only resolve occupancy faults and they have other codes for a specific fault and wouldnt cause the seatbelt warning light to come one,.
    have you got access to pa soft or inpa ?
    with pa soft you can code off the seatbelt light, and get proper readings of the codes
     
     

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