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    Seat belt pretensioner light

    Right, I've read the other posts on this, but cant sort it - I put a new seat in, but disconnnected the battery whilst the thing was unplugged under the seat, and I've got the light up now - and no amount of wiggling of the wires and such will turn it off! I've tried resetting it all by disconnecting the battery etc and its still on. Now, I've swapped the seats before and had no probs, but my Dad had this happen, but it apparently disappeared after a while, so I was wondering, does the ECU need to 'learn' that the seat belt is ok (therefore the light turning off after a a few days or so), or, do I have to pop into an auto electricians and get them to tech 2 it or something?

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    C'mon guyyyysss - I just rang the vaux garage and they told me it would be at least 60 quid to get it on the tech 2!! :-0

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    Turn the ignition on and off repeatedly 30 times, that resets the codes, then let me know if its still coming on.

    Best to pm me incase i loose track of the thread.

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    Seriously? lol - you mean till the engine starts, or just before?

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