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Air Bag Light And Aftermarket Seats...

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I'm in the process of installing some Cobra aftermarket seats on our '99 C2 that is used for Driver's Ed. I had one of the OEM seats removed for fitting since I was able to obtain a set of used frames to use for mounting. Since my wife also drives at the track, the idea is to retain the power seats and memory functions...

Anyway, my ABL came on. I noticed that there is a connector that goes into the seatback. I am assuming that it provides some info to CPU to let it know when someone is sitting in the car. I put an ohmmeter and read 8 ohms... Has anyone installed aftermarket seats and found a way to dissable the ABL? I will get an 8ohm resistor and attach it to the empty connector to see what happens.

Will disconnecting the battery clear the light or does it need to be reselt with the P-tool? Thanks for any input! Lou

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