You probably need to get the ohms from the passenger seat connector with someone sitting in the car (seatbelt and all) versus with just the seatbelt connected (no one in the seat). If they're different, then buy a resistor that best matches the ohms with someone in the seat.Hey Guys hope you can help me i bought a pair of Bride Seats
So now i need to know what i have to do to get the airbag lights off, what do i need to do with the weight sensing unit, and last but not least what to do with the seat belt unit cause i will use a 4 point harness. Yeah i hope you can help me.
by the way i´m from germany so need to find parts here
Same thing with all the seat belts. There's two connectors for the seatbelt buckle. One tells the computer if you're buckled in, the other one tells it if your seat belt is under tension. Get the ohms with seatbelts buckled in and under tension, and buy the appropriate resistors.
This is just a theory, resistors are cheap on amazon so worth trying.