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      01-18-2023, 08:17 PM   #1
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E85 Crash Data reset

Hello. My car was involved in an accident over a year ago. Small tiny accident no air bags deployed, no new sensors replaced. basically a fender bender from parked. I got the car back and dove right into replacing the heater core. Well after I was done I noticed the air bag light was on.(the airbag light was on before I tackled the heater core just for reference) I tried resetting the system with INPA but I continue to get the same code. I do believe this is hard coded crash data and needs to be reset but I am not 100% sure on how to do this myself. I am an expert on computers but a novice on automobile computer systems. If there is anyone who can point me in the correct direction on how to reset the crash data using a cable and software on my PC PLEASE let me know. Thank you in advance for your time.

Car: 08 BMW Z4 Roadster 3.0i (E85)
Cable: Antibreak Inpa K+CAN K+DCAN OBD2 USBSwitch FT232RQ Cable OBDii LINK to Amazon
Software I have now: INPA, NCS-Expert, Tool32, WinKFP

Data I have downloaded from the car.

This code or information will not erase and continues to show (did my best to convert to English from German)

E R R O R M E M O R Y
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Date: 01/18/2023 18:09:15
ECU: ACSM85
Job Status: OK
Variant: ACSM85
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RESULT: 1 error in error memory !
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93F7 ZK16 / knee airbag front passenger
Error counter: 2
Logistic counter: 40
Mileage 196352km
Power On - Counter 61.00 cycle
System time error - start 14765438.00 sec.
System time error - end -1.00 sec.
Absolute Time Error - Start - Hours -113.00 hrs
Absolute time error - start - minutes -113.00 min.
Absolute time error - start - seconds 19.00 sec.
Absolute time error - start - day -113.00 day
Absolute time error - start - month implausible 0-n
Absolute time error - start - weekday implausible 0-n
Absolute Time Error - Start - Year High Byte 7.00 Year
Absolute Time Error - Start - Year Low Byte 229.00 Year
Absolute time error - start - summer/winter time summer time 0-n
no suitable error symptom
Test conditions met
Error currently present and already saved
Failure would cause a warning lamp to light up
Resistance too small (ZK)
Error code: 93 F7 E0 02 02 28 5F E0 00 3D 00 E1 4D 7E FF FF
FF FF 8F 8F 13 8F FF 07 E5 FF
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Just in case here it is in German

E R R O R M E M O R Y
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Date: 18.01.2023 18:09:15
ECU: ACSM85
JobStatus: OKAY
Variant: ACSM85
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RESULT: 1 error in error memory !
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93F7 ZK16 / Knieairbag Beifahrer
Error counter: 2
Logistic counter: 40
Mileage 196352 km
Power On - Zaehler 61.00 zyklus
Systemzeit Fehler - Beginn 14765438.00 Sek.
Systemzeit Fehler - Ende -1.00 Sek.
Absolutzeit Fehler - Beginn - Stunden -113.00 Std.
Absolutzeit Fehler - Beginn - Minuten -113.00 Min.
Absolutzeit Fehler - Beginn - Sekunden 19.00 Sek.
Absolutzeit Fehler - Beginn - Tag -113.00 Tag
Absolutzeit Fehler - Beginn - Monat unplausibel 0-n
Absolutzeit Fehler - Beginn - Wochentag unplausibel 0-n
Absolutzeit Fehler - Beginn - Jahr High Byte 7.00 Jahr
Absolutzeit Fehler - Beginn - Jahr Low Byte 229.00 Jahr
Absolutzeit Fehler - Beginn - Sommer/Winterzeit Sommerzeit 0-n
kein passendes Fehlersymptom
Testbedingungen erfüllt
Fehler momentan vorhanden und bereits gespeichert
Fehler würde das Aufleuchten einer Warnlampe verursachen
Widerstand zu klein (ZK)

Error code: 93 F7 E0 02 02 28 5F E0 00 3D 00 E1 4D 7E FF FF
FF FF 8F 8F 13 8F FF 07 E5 FF
================================================== ===========

Please help, Thank you in advance for your time. I do apologize if this is in the wrong spot I searched and found a lot of great info but could not seem to find exactly what I needed and was nervous to ruin the module beyond use. better to ask and know then to destroy trying.

Last edited by ChristopherGill; 01-18-2023 at 08:20 PM.. Reason: added severity of crash damage
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      01-19-2023, 09:26 AM   #2
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E85/6 is infamous for passenger seat cushion airbag sensor failure. If you kneel on the seat you can damage it.
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      01-19-2023, 09:43 AM   #3
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Would they trip knee airbag code though? And result from a fender bender? I really do think this is crash data that needs to be cleared. I’ve found the above tools mentioned and I am now looking into protools to try and clear this data. I am new to this but do not think any sensors or modules are bad. When inside INPA you can see when I’m sitting on that seat as well. Thank you for your response. If you have any further detail as you to why you think that is my root cause please explain further.
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