The SRS is equipped with a backup power source so that if work is started within seconds from disconnecting the negative terminal cable of the battery the SRS may be deployed

• When the negative (-) terminal cable is disconnected from the battery, the memory of the clock and audio system will be canceled. So before starting work, make a record of the contents memorized in the audio memory system. When work is finished, reset the audio systems as they were before and adjust the clock. This vehicle has power tilt and power telescopic steering, power seat and power outside rear view mirror which are all equipped with memory function. However, it is not possible to make a record of the memory contents. So when the work is finished, it will be necessary to explain this fact tot the customer, and ask the customer to adjust the features and reset the memory. To avoid erasing the memory in each memory system, never use a back-up power supply from outside the vehicle.

• Before repairs, remove the airbag sensor if shocks are likely to be applied to the sensor during repairs.

• Do not expose the steering wheel pad, front passenger airbag assembly, side airbag assembly, seat belt pretensioner, airbag sensor assembly, front airbag sensor assembly or side airbag sensor assembly directly to hot air or flames.

• Even in cases of a minor collision where the SRS does not deploy, the steering wheel pad, front passenger airbag assembly, side airbag assembly, seat belt pretensioner, airbag sensor assembly, front airbag sensor assembly and side airbag sensor assembly should be inspected.

• Never use SRS parts from another vehicle. When replacing parts, replace them with new parts.

• Never disassemble and repair the steering wheel pad, front passenger airbag assembly, side airbag assembly, seat belt pretensioner, airbag sensor assembly, front airbag sensor assembly or side airbag sensor assembly in order to reuse it.

• If the steering wheel pad, front passenger airbag assembly, side airbag assembly, seat belt pretensioner, airbag sensor assembly, front airbag sensor assembly or side airbag sensor assembly has been dropped, or if there are cracks, dents or other defects in the case, bracket or connector, replace them with new ones.

• Use a volt/ohmmeter with high impedance (10 kQ/V minimum) for troubleshooting the system's electrical circuits.

• Information labels are attached to the periphery of the SRS components. Follow the instructions on the notices.

• After work on the SRS is completed, perform the SRS warning light check.

• If the vehicle is equipped with a mobile communication system, refer to the precaution in the IN section of the Repair Manual.

AM2^r IG2

Ignition SW

21 IA4

30A MAIN

iGAj

Ignition SW

Battery

Buckle SW RH Occupant Detection Sensor

Buckle SW RH Occupant Detection Sensor

A12(A), A13(B), A14(C) Airbag Sensor Assembly

4CAJ 11 lAI

VS GND

Seat Position Sensor

Buckle SW LH Seat Position Sensor

21 IA4

2 IG1

Side Airbag Squib LH

Side Airbag Squib RH

Side Airbag Sensor LH

Side Airbag Sensor RH

Side Airbag Squib LH

Side Airbag Squib RH

Side Airbag Sensor LH

Side Airbag Sensor RH

Airbag Sensor Wire Harness

Pretensioner LH Pretensioner RH Airbag Squib Airbag Squib

(Steering Wheel Pad) (Front Passenger Airbag Assembly)

Pretensioner LH Pretensioner RH Airbag Squib Airbag Squib

(Steering Wheel Pad) (Front Passenger Airbag Assembly)

From Power Source System (See Page 48)

Airbag Sensor Front LH

Airbag Sensor Front RH

Airbag Sensor Front LH

Pretensioner Connector

Airbag Sensor Front RH

-SR IG2

19IBJ 12

SIL LA

TC SIL A/B

Data Link Connector 3

GAUGE

GAUGE

Combination Meter op_1^<4B>

21 pp

Junction Connector

15A DOME

7 IC

5 IL

4 IL

22 3B

16 3B

20 4C

19 4C

The SRS is a driver and front passenger protection device which has a supplemental role to the seat belts.

When the ignition SW is turned to ON, current from the MAIN fuse flows to AM2 fuse to ignition SW (IG2) to TERMINAL (B) 5

of the airbag sensor assembly.

If an accident occurs while driving, when the frontal impact exceeds a set level, the current from the TERMINAL (B) 5 of the airbag sensor assembly flows to TERMINALS (B) 14, (B) 16, (B) 10, (B) 8, (A) 2 and (C) 5 of the airbag sensor assembly to the airbag squibs and the pretensioners to TERMINALS (B) 13, (b) 17, (b) 11, (B) 7, (A) 1 and (C) 6 of the airbag sensor assembly to TERMINAL (B) 20, (B) 27 or BODY GROUND to GROUND, so that the current flows to the front airbag squibs and the pretensioners, and causes them to operate.

When the side impact also exceeds a set level, the current from the TERMINAL (B) 5 of the airbag sensor assembly flows to TERMINALS (A) 6 and (C) 1 of the airbag sensor assembly to the side airbag squibs to TERMINALS (A) 5 and (C) 2 of the airbag sensor assembly to TERMINAL (B) 20, (B) 27 or BODY GROUND to GROUND, causing side airbag squibs to operate.

The airbag stored inside the steering wheel pad is instantaneously expanded to soften the shock to the driver.

The airbag stored inside the passenger's instrument panel is instantaneously expanded to soften the shock to the front passenger.

Side airbags are instantaneously expanded to soften the shock of side to the driver and front passenger. The pretensioners make sure of the seat belt restrainability.

Q : Parts Location

Code

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Code

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Code

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A5

32

B6

34

J7

35

A6

32

B7

34

P12

37

A12

A

34

C9

34

P13

37

A13

B

34

D1

34

S6

35

A14

C

34

E6

34

S7

35

A15

34

I10

35

S10

37

A16

34

J6

35

S11

37

■ Relay Blocks

Code

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Relay Blocks (Relay Block Location)

1

22

Engine Room R/B (Engine Compartment Left)

O : Junction Block and Wire Harness Connector

Code

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Junction Block and Wire Harness (Connector Location)

IC

25

Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel J/B (Lower Finish Panel)

IF

25

Instrument Panel Wire and Instrument Panel J/B (Lower Finish Panel)

IG

IH

II

IJ

IK

24

IL

IM

1A

22

Engine Wire and Engine Room J/B (Engine Compartment Left)

3A

28

Instrument Panel Wire and RH J/B (Right Side of the Instrument Panel Reinforcement)

3B

4B

30

Instrument Panel Wire and Center J/B (Behind the Combination Meter)

4C

| | : Connector Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness

Code

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Joining Wire Harness and Wire Harness (Connector Location)

IA1

40

Engine Room Main Wire and Instrument Panel Wire (Left Side of the Instrument Panel Reinforcement)

IA4

IG1

42

Instrument Panel Wire and Instrument Panel No.3 Wire (Front Side of the Parking Brake Lever)

V :

Ground Points

Code

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Ground Points Location

IE

40

Behind the Combination Meter

IG

40

Right Kick Panel

O :

Splice Points

Code

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Wire Harness with Splice Points

Code

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Wire Harness with Splice Points

I6

42

Instrument Panel No.3 Wire

From Power Source System (See Page 48)

ECU-IG

ECU-IG

15A STOP

S 9 Stop

Light SW

5

5 IC

-nnM

Shift Lock Solenoid

Shift Lock Control ECU

10I3C

When the ignition SW is turned to ON position, the current from the ECU-IG fuse flows to TERMINAL 5 of the shift lock control ECU.

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