2003 E85 2.5 Z4 How to fix all this fault codes on my M54

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  1. 2003 E85 2.5 Z4 How to fix all this fault codes on my M54 
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    Year of Manufacture:
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    I need to know the way toi fix all this fault codes on my BMW Z4 2004:
    98E2 Open circuit, firing circuit, belt tensioner, front right.
    27CA DMTL pump motor activation
    27CD DMTL Module Fault
    93E7 Under Voltage
    93AF No message (3) from satellite, door front right
    93CA Deactivation, satellite, front door right
    93C2 Self test too few messages
    93C9 Deactivation satellite, door front left
    93AD No message (1) from satellite, door front left
    93E9 Terminal 30 Overvoltage
    87 K Bus
    CE outside teperature sensor
    F5 No can identification (ASC)
    986D Open circuit, thorax airbag, rear left
    9898 Firing attempt taken place
    9857 open circuit, firing circuit, front airbag, left stage 1 (E85), or active head restraint, front right (E6x)
    9850 Control Unit Fault
    9849 Resistance, firing circuit, front airbag left, stage 1 (E85), or active head restraint, front left (E6x), to low.

    Please help me...thanks
     
     

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    540
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    1998
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    DMTL is a tank leak pump, it pressurises the fuel tank and looks to see if the pressure drops.

    The majority of those are airbag faults, and "9898 Firing attempt taken place" means there has been a case where it tried to, or did fire the airbags.

    The airbag module can't be reset with diagnostics if it has fired, so it either needs to be replaced, or sent to a specialist who will reprogram the chips inside to remove the crash data.
     
     

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