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Re: Airbag, Cold-Idle & Crankshaft Shaft Sensor (archive)

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Posted by Bob ///M3 on January 06, 2000 at 14:15:55:

In Reply to: Re: TSB's for Airbag, Cold-Idle & Crankshaft S posted by Pras on January 06, 2000 at 14:02:03:

Thanks for the information Dave. At least I don't have aftermarket software to worry about. You're right, mine probably will need the crankshaft sensor replaced if yours did. I'll deal with the recall on the airbag later if its not ready yet. I appreciate your help. Good luck THIS TIME on the seals and jack pad!

Bob ///M3

: They will be reloading your ECU, so whatever 'learning' period there is will begin anew. I think that OBDII continually adjusts to your driving, but I don't know. Hope you don't have Dinan/Conforti software, if so it's toast.

: If your car is one of the ones effected, they'll replace your sensor. Yours is a bit older than mine, and mine needed it.

: Airbag recall isn't ready yet - should be sometime soon, though.

: Cheers!
: Dave
: (Mine goes in next month for them to AGAIN replace my window and door seals, and replace a missing jack pad...)

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