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    Hi All,

    my airbag light is on, and I put it on a autoboss v30 diagnosis computer. It gives error code 96- driver side seat belt lock, but i have no idea what needs fixing/replacing.

    I have a 2005 X5 3.0d.

    Please advise.
     
     

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    It has been answered in your other 2 threads.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEnd View Post
    It has been answered in your other 2 threads.
    Apologies, im a newbie to this kind of forum. Do i buy a new drivers side tensioner from E53 X5 where airbags were not deployed, or is there a specific part?
     
     

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    A new tensioner would work, but you could get away with cutting out and soldering in new wires.
    As the seat moves, it flexes the wires, and some have fatigued and broken up.
     
     

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