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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-30-2008, 05:33 AM
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i tried that method using the correct amount of resistance and i still cant get rid of it.

what i did was stick some tape over the light. But then again i only have my seat in the car when im on the track.
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LOL @ Cain's 'stick some tape over the light' ahhhh is there anything electrical tape can't fix?? Why only use seat at track ...... going to spend that much money on seats i want to sit it in as often as it takes to get the ass mould!!

Mr Rizk - yeah i need to take some photos. Actually the underground carpark i park in for work was basically deserted today and my car was sitting in really flattering light and it just looked hot so i might giver her a polish on sunday and take her down there for some photos and post them up



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Some people don't like riding in racing seats for everyday driving. I've never driven in a racing seat, but I've been a passenger in some, and while they do the job of sticking you to the seat, they aren't the most comfortable things to me lol.... I guess Cain has the time/patience to swap seats out before track day...





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jinnxy - i do know what you mean my hubby has Brides in his too and they are full on bucket. Uncomfortable - like being in a dentist chair. Guess i forgot about those types. Depends on the 'bucket'. These ones are fairly generous and i guess more soft than some of the others.


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In case anyone is wondering, the resistance of the side air bag in the seat (05 350z roadster non leather) is 2.3 - 2.4 Ohms. I could not find this info anywhere. As long as you have a resistor that measures 2.3 - 2.4 ohms you can remove the airbag and replace with resistor, the airbag light should remain off with non airbag equipped seats.

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