4 side airbag 1 how to disconnect 1 push the lock arm

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4. SIDE AIRBAG 1) How to disconnect (1) Push the lock arm (A). (2) With the lock arm (A) pushed in, move the slide lock (B) in the direction of arrow. (3) With the slide lock moved, release the lock arm (back to its original position), and discon- nect the connector. CAUTION: When pulling the side lock or disconnecting the connector, be sure to hold onto the connector and not the wire. 2) How to connect Holding the connector, and push it in carefully until a connecting sound is heard. CAUTION: Be sure to insert the connector in until it locks. Then pull on it gently to make sure that it is locked. AB-00722 (A) AB-00022 AB-00023 AB-00017 (A) (B) AB-00018 AB-00019
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AB-10 AIRBAG SYSTEM Airbag Connector 5. FRONT SUB-SENSOR AND SIDE AIR- BAG SENSOR AND SEAT POSITION SEN- SOR 1) How to disconnect Holding outer part (A), pull it in the direction of the arrow. CAUTION: When pulling the slide lock or disconnecting the connector, be sure to hold onto the connec- tor and not the wire. 2) How to connectHolding the connector, and push it in carefully untila connecting sound is heard.CAUTION:Outer (A) moves back, and so do not put yourhand on the outer part.Be sure to insert the connector in until itlocks. Then pull on it gently to make sure that itis locked. AB-00024 AB-00025
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AB-11 AIRBAG SYSTEM Inspection Locations After a Collision 3. Inspection Locations After a Collision A: REPLACEMENT When airbag system is deployed, replace the fol- lowing parts. 1. FRONT COLLISION 1) Driver s airbag module 2) Passenger s airbag module 3) Driver s seat belt (pretensioner) 4) Passenger s seat belt (pretensioner) 5) Airbag control module 6) Front sub-sensor 7) Roll connector 2. SIDE COLLISION 1) Airbag control module 2) Side airbag module (operating side seat back- rest) 3) Side airbag sensor (operating side) 3. INSPECTION OF OTHER PARTS Check for the following parts, replace the damaged parts with new ones. 1) Steering wheel and steering shaft Check the steering wheel and steering shaft for mounting condition and deflection of axial and rad- ical, upward and downward direction. Check the steering shaft for deflection of axial and radical di- rection with tilt lever released. (After a collision, ab- sorbing part of steering shaft may inflate.) 2) Check the direct type connector of driver s air- bag module, pretensioner, etc. for damage, and also check each harness for pinch and connector damage. If damage is found, replace the harness as a unit. 3) Check the seat cushion frame, backrest, seat rail and headrest for deformation, distortion, crack, in- stalling condition and play. 4) For passenger s seat, replace the seat cushion pad frame assembly with new one if the seat cush- ion frame assembly is deformed or cracked. 5) If the passenger s seat cushion cover is torn or frayed, replace the seat cushion cover with a new one. Otherwise, the occupant detection system may not operate properly.
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