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Airbag resistor help

I know very few people have changed seats in the fn2, iv tried a couple resistors but to be honest I'm not 100% on where exactly they plug in. So if anyone can shed some light on what I need and where it goes it would be very much appreciated thanks in advance guys
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The plug under the seat
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Yes that's a start lol I know where the plugs are but there's a few under there lol
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One clearly goes to the pressure switch under the seat - It's not that one.

One goes to the belt tensioners - it ain't that one either
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There's two for the pretensioner and there's two for the airbag and that's where it throws me off lol
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Did you manage to get around this mate?
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