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  1. So I'm trying to work out how to install airbag resistors after fitting some Recaro Pole positions in my 2010 Cayman S. I have identified the airbag wires with the wiring diagram below. The connectors in question are 14,15,16,17. 16 + 17 are jumped together when disconnected (that why it appears to have 4 pins) the jumper is disconnected when plugged in. When I've installed resistors into these systems before I've only ever had 2 wires to deal with. So I'm unsure if I just need two resistors per seat and connect 14+15 and 16+17 together or something else. I know that I could get them coded out, however I'd rather have a solution in place thats doesn't require a visit to a garage to get them recoded if I put the other seats back later along the line. Anyone got any ideas?
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