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So, I swapped in front/rear leather seating into our 2012 OBW. Cloth was getting nasty looking. The interior came from a crashed 2012 OBW, almost identical car.
Now the airbag light is on, and it will not detect anyone in the passenger seat.
I've been pouring over google, youtube and the like looking for a solution.
One thing I've found is a "crash error" may be embedded in the module of either one or both of the seats. Truth? I still have the old seats, could it be as simple as just swapping out the modules?

Opinions welcome, please!
 

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I don't know if this is the case with your car, but a buddy changed the passenger seat in his kid's Corolla and had to get the body computer reset to clear the airbag light. The typical $70 OBD2 scanner is not adequate to access the body computer.
 
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