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post #11 of 14 Old 01-10-2006, 08:01 AM
 
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Yeah, break out the hog-ring pliers and have fun. Really, I wouldn't use your MB as the test bed to learn upholstery work. It's not terribley complicated once you've done it a few times, but it's definately worth paying some one to do it.



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2-3 hours for beginners.
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Mr Zewerr, I am a licensed aircraft mechanic and worked on small airplane seats/upholstery. You can provide me with the steps if you wish. Thanks you

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Well, I had the local MB dealer check it, but they came with two codes:
28-064 fault in communication between comp B48 (fron pass seat occupied and child seat recognition) and component child seat.
26-2000 The coding for component B41/1 (front passenger seat occupied recognition) is faulty.
They said they were not sure but they might have to change the front pass seat sensor and or the controller for the SRS. They were not sure if that will fix the problem. The light is out for now but it might come back anytime as they told me. Any professional advise to what to do! Thanks
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