Help with Crash repairs

Please help, I had an accident with my 2002 525i. Two roof air bags (front right and left) and driver side door air bag have popped out. I am wondering can I just reset the airbag control module with peake tool or
something after replacing the air bags.
Also the occupied seat belt retractor, which apparently triggers), can I somehow repair that?
In addition, the battery safety terminal apparently blow off during crash which cut off power to Fuel Injector, starter and few other major areas, how could I get it going again without spending too much.
Thanks
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These use an activator a bit like a shotgun cartridge (without the fire), and are tricy (and potentially dangerous as DIY) to replace.

Go to a BMW specialist repair shop.

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Do the things the "white way". Send your car to an authorized BMW repairshop.

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Akbar4 wrote:

Have it repaired at an Authorized BMW shop.
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Akbar4 wrote:

You bought a BMW which was the wrong choice if money is an issue. This car needs to be fixed by someone very familar with these cars. Surely it was insured, right? The Peake tool isn't going to do it this time.
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peake tool may reset the light, but the next time you crash you have no bags?????? sounds like a quick fix and sell scam!
the next owner has no clue there are no airbags.... major illegal and should be hung for doing it.
and if it is truly for him to fix and keep, then Akbar, i suggest you either do it right and be safe, or fix it your way but don't risk driving in it!
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Nothing can reset the light if the bags are not installed and in ready condition.
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Call your insurance company.
Don't have one? Then you shouldn't be driving a 2002 anything, let alone a BMW.
Replace the air bags (I'm sure you'll find stolen ones) Replace the main battery cable, or install the repair kit (true pain in the arse) Get the lights cleared with the correct equipment.
Fix it the "white" way, I like that! (pity the original poster is too gutless to name himself), also a pity it's not accurate, as my experience is that it's usually a "white" guy, East European as a norm, that's trying to patch together a death car to sell to a, ummm, non white, person who is dying to get into a BMW.
Brett Anderson KMS

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I bet the OP has an Indian connection...
And, I think, he has named himself in the e-mail address (Akbar).
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Pretty certain it's dealer only.

Seat belts need replacing after a serious accident - they stretch.

Think that's a dealer only spare part.
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