Onvehicle Deployment Scrapped Vehicles Only

Driver-side & Passenger-side Air Bag Module

1. Before proceeding, see AIR BAG SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . Ensure steering wheel, driver-side air bag module and passenger-side air bag are not loose. If components are loose, deploy air bag(s) using OFF-VEHICLE DEPLOYMENT procedure.

2. If deploying driver-side air bag module, disconnect spiral cable connector, accessible by removal of lower steering column cover. If deploying passenger-side air bag module, disconnect passenger-side air bag connector, accessible by removal of glove box assembly. See Fig. 3 . For driver-side air bag module, connect Deployment Tool (09082-00700) connector to air bag module connector. For passenger-side air bag module, connect deployment tool (09082-00700 and 09082-00760) connector to air bag module connector. Position deployment tool at least 33 feet from front of vehicle.

3. Close all doors and windows of vehicle. Connect deployment tool Red clip to positive battery terminal and Black clip to negative battery terminal. Ensure no one is inside or within 33 feet of vehicle. Press activation switch to deploy air bag. Because of heat, DO NOT touch air bag for at least 30 minutes after deployment. Scrap vehicle with air bag(s) still installed.

Head Impact Air Bag Module

1. Before proceeding, see AIR BAG SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . Disable air bag system. See DISABLING SYSTEM under DISABLING & ACTIVATING AIR BAG SYSTEM. Access and disconnect head impact air bag module connector located behind rear quarter trim panel. See HEAD IMPACT AIR BAG MODULE under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION.

2. Connect Deployment Tools (09082-00700 and 09082-00760) to head impact air bag module connector. Position deployment tool at least 33 feet from front of vehicle. Close all doors and windows of vehicle. Connect deployment tool Red clip to positive battery terminal and Black clip to negative battery terminal.

3. Ensure no one is inside vehicle or within 33 feet of vehicle. Press activation switch to deploy air bag. Because of heat, DO NOT touch air bag for at least 30 minutes after deployment. Scrap vehicle with air bag(s) still installed.

Seat Belt Pretensioner

1. Before proceeding, see AIR BAG SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . Ensure seat belt pretensioner is not loose. If components are loose, remove and deploy using OFF-VEHICLE DEPLOYMENT procedure. Disconnect appropriate seat belt pretensioner connector. See SEAT BELT PRETENSIONER under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION.

2. Connect Deployment Tools (09082-00700 and 09082-00740) to appropriate seat belt pretensioner connector. Position deployment tool at least 33 feet from front of vehicle. Close all doors and windows of vehicle. Connect deployment tool Red clip to positive battery terminal and Black clip to negative battery

2001 ACCESSORIES/SAFETY EQUIPMENT Toyota - Air Bag Restraint Systems terminal.

3. Ensure no one is inside vehicle or within 33 feet of vehicle. Press activation switch to deploy air bag. Because of heat, DO NOT touch pretensioner for at least 30 minutes after deployment. Scrap vehicle with pretensioner(s) still installed.

Side Air Bag Module

1. Before proceeding, see AIR BAG SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . Disable air bag system. See DISABLING SYSTEM under DISABLING & ACTIVATING AIR BAG SYSTEM. Ensure seat back is not loose. If components are loose, remove and deploy air bag(s) using OFF-VEHICLE DEPLOYMENT procedure. Disconnect appropriate side air bag connector, located under seat.

2. Connect Deployment Tools (09082-00700 and 09082-00750) to appropriate air bag module connector. Position deployment tool at least 33 feet from front of vehicle. Close all doors and windows of vehicle. Connect deployment tool Red clip to positive battery terminal and Black clip to negative battery terminal.

3. Ensure no one is inside vehicle or within 33 feet of vehicle. Press activation switch to deploy air bag. Because of heat, DO NOT touch air bag for at least 30 minutes after deployment. Scrap vehicle with air bag(s) still installed.

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  • giacinto
    What is scrap vehicle deployment?
    4 years ago

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