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Airbag resistor for fn2

Got recaros ready to go in my fn2 and was wondering if anyone knew what resistor I needed for the air bags in the seat

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There are none from what i know,

It has a pressure sensor.

If you want to know just hook up a DVOM and use the ohm setting and sit down and get off and see what the readings are.
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What functionality are you looking to replicate?
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You could always remove the pressure sensor from the old seat and put it in the new one.

Pressure sensors are a open or closed circuit device.
Some that detect weight may have resistance.

The A/C temp sensor may be a 10Kohm temp sensor.
The Fuel Level Sensor has a internal resistance that changes with the level of fuel.
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Problem solved...spoke to injection imports bride do the part I need
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What part did you use to solve this??

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Check the injection imports section bride do the resistors they had best not be 100 pounds tho.....

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He said that 2 hours ago lol
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Just open the plug and measure the resistance, thats what i done
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2Ω or 2.2Ω
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