Toyota CH-R Service Manual: On-vehicle Inspection

ON-VEHICLE INSPECTION

CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT

CAUTION:

Be sure to correctly follow the removal and installation procedures for the airbag sensor assembly.

PROCEDURE

1. INSPECT AIRBAG SENSOR ASSEMBLY (for Vehicle not Involved in Collision)

(a) Perform a diagnostic system check.

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2. INSPECT AIRBAG SENSOR ASSEMBLY (for Vehicle Involved in Collision and Airbag not Deployed)

(a) Perform a diagnostic system check.

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(b) Visually check for defects with the airbag sensor assembly installed to the vehicle.

HINT:

The defects are as follows:

  • Cracks in the ECU housing
  • Dents in the ECU housing
  • Chips in the ECU housing
  • Cracks or other damage to the connectors
  • Peeling of the label

OK:

No defects are found.

If any defects are found, replace the airbag sensor assembly with a new one.

3. INSPECT AIRBAG SENSOR ASSEMBLY (for Vehicle Involved in Collision and Airbag is Deployed)

(a) Replace the airbag sensory assembly.

HINT:

The airbag sensor assembly should be replaced after any of the SRS parts has deployed, as it has been subjected to an impact.

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