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Old 03-18-2013, 01:08 PM
pldski21 pldski21 is offline
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X5 Seat Belt Replacement

Can someone please advise on the procedure to replace the driver and passenger front seat belts. Could this be considered a DIY project !?
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Old 03-20-2013, 10:17 AM
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You must remove both seats in order to get at the bolts for the seat belts, and remove the trim on the B Pillar. Disconnect the battery so that you don't get an SRS lamp on. There are also occupancy sensor on the passenger seat that must be disconnected in order to remove the seat. Disconnecting the sensor with the battery on will cause an SRS fault.

If you are not comfortable with this best to take it in to a Dealer or an Indy.

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