So the Airbag light turned on a little while ago, I originally thought maybe one of the seat sensors went so I made a 4 ohm resistor to plug in to the connector to bypass the seat. A guy I work with lent me a B800 scan tool adding the resistor and clearing the code worked (I had to clear twice) I didn't pay much attention to what the code meant before I cleared it. I got about a weeks worth of driving and the light came back on this time I dug into the code and according to the manual the code I'm getting (table 10 fault 6) is for the right side front air bag, I don't think this is for the one in the dash as there is a code for passenger air bag in the table. I did some troubleshooting to see what codes generate when the seats are unplugged the driver side gives me a fault 5 which I didn't have and the passenger seat ends up putting fault 6 in twice, but when plugged back in I only see it once. I tried putting the resistor on that connection and was still unable to clear the codes. I have heard the B800 sort of works with MINI's should I get a tool that works more with MINI's and see where I get with that?