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Airbag frontsensor Porsche Cayenne s 2004

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Alex from sweden calling:-)


My front airbag sensor is malfunctioning. I've found a used sensor but the part number is slightly different. My part is 7LO909606 and used I have found 7LO909606B. Does anyone know what B does. I have pictures of both sensors if anyone wants to help me with this? 
My car is a Porsche Cayenne S 2004 4.5l 
Used airbag sensor from a 2005 Porsche Cayenne 3.2 V6 
Thanks / Alex
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Into account that the Porsche Cayenne has had huge problems with that airbag and moisture so it is ridiculous and disrespectful of Porsche to not face the consequences. I have been ridiculed in Sweden of many Porsche dealers who claim that Porsche has never taken back and fixed this known error. I know the Porsche around the world has helped many of the same problems that I have in my car. They do it for free when they were aware of the problem. I have lost confidence in Sweden and do all my repairs myself with good friends. A used or new sensor, what does it matter where the problem lies in the production?

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