Mazda 3 Service Manual: Air Bag Module And Pre Tensioner Seat Belt Deployment Procedures Two Step Deployment Control System

Mazda 3 Service Manual: Air Bag Module And Pre Tensioner Seat Belt Deployment Procedures Two Step Deployment Control System

Mazda 3 Service Manual: Air Bag Module And Pre Tensioner Seat Belt Deployment Procedures [Two Step Deployment Control System]

WARNING:

  • A live (undeployed) air bag module or pre-tensioner seat belt may accidentally operate (deploy) when it is disposed of and cause serious injury. Do not dispose of a live (undeployed) air bag module and pre-tensioner seat belt. If the SSTs (Deployment tool and Adapter harness) are not available, consult the nearest Mazda representative for assistance.

CAUTION:

  • Deploying the air bag modules and pre-tensioner seat belts inside the vehicle may cause damage to the vehicle interior. When the vehicle is not to be scrapped, always deploy the air bag modules and pre-tensioner seat belts outside the vehicle.

  • If the vehicle is to be scrapped, or when disposing of any air bag modules or pre-tensioner seat belts, operate (deploy) them inside the vehicle by following the deployment procedure below and using theSST (Deployment tool)

    .

  • When disposing of an operated (deployed) air bag module and pre-tensioner seat belt, refer to “AIR BAG MODULE AND PRE-TENSIONER SEAT BELT DISPOSAL PROCEDURES”.

Deployment Procedure for Inside of Vehicle

1. Inspect theSST (Deployment tool)

..

2. Move the vehicle to an open space, away from strong winds, and close all of the vehicle doors and windows.

3. Switch the ignition to off.

4. Disconnect the negative battery cable and wait for1 min or more

..

5. Follow the procedure below for operating (deploying) the applicable air bag module or pre-tensioner seat belt.

Driver-side Air Bag Module

WARNING:

  • The driver-side air bag module is a dual inflator type. If one inflator is forced to operate (deploy), the other may operate (deploy) accidentally. To prevent injury while disposing of the air bag module, make sure to operate (deploy) both driver-side air bag module inflators simultaneously, following the procedure below.

NOTE:

  • The SSTs, two types of adapter harnesses (for inflators No.1 and No.2) and two deployment tools are to be used to operate (deploy) the driver-side air bag module.

1. Remove the driver-side air bag module..

2. Connect theSST (Adapter harness)

to the driver-side air bag module as shown in the figure.


3. Install the driver-side air bag module..

4. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to theSST (Adapter harness)

.


5. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to the battery. Connect the power supply red clip to the positive battery terminal, and the black clip to the negative battery terminal.

6. Verify that the red lamp on theSST (Deployment tool)

is illuminated.

7. Verify that all persons are standingat least 6 m {20 ft}

way from the vehicle.

8. Press the activation switch on theSST (Deployment tool)

connected with49 L066 002

(a yellow connector) of theSST (Adapter harness)

, and after3 s

, press the activation switch on the otherSST (Deployment tool)

to operate (deploy) the air bag module (both inflators).


WARNING:

  • Verify that air bag module operation (explosive) sound occurs twice. If no operation (explosive) sound was heard or a single operation (explosive) sound was heard, both inflators would not have operated (deployed) properly. This may cause serious injury if the air bag module operates (deploy) unexpectedly. If the two operation (explosive) sounds are not heard, perform Step 8 again. If a total of two operation (explosive) sounds cannot be verified even though Step 8 is performed again, leave the air bag module alone for 30 min or more before approaching it again.

  • The air bag module is very hot immediately after it is operated (deployed). You can get burned. Do not touch the air bag module for at least 15 min after deployment.

9. Disconnect theSST (Deployment tool)

form theSST (Adapter harness)

.

Passenger-side Air Bag Module

WARNING:

  • The passenger-side air bag module is a dual inflator type. If one inflator is forced to operate (deploy), the other may operate (deploy) accidentally. To prevent injury while disposing of the air bag module, make sure to operate (deploy) both passenger-side air bag module inflators simultaneously, following the procedure below.

NOTE:

  • The SSTs, two types of adapter harnesses (for inflators No.1 and No.2) and two deployment tools are to be used to operate (deploy) the passenger-side air bag module.

1. Remove the glove compartment..

2. Disconnect the passenger-side air bag module connector.


3. Connect theSST (Adapter harness)

to the passenger-side air bag module as shown in the figure.

4. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to theSST (Adapter harness)

.


5. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to the battery. Connect the power supply red clip to the positive battery terminal, and the black clip to the negative battery terminal.

6. Verify that the red lamp on theSST (Deployment tool)

is illuminated.

7. Verify that all persons are standingat least 6 m {20 ft}

away from the vehicle.

8. Press the activation switch on theSST (Deployment tool)

connected with49 L066 002

(a yellow connector) of theSST (Adapter harness)

, and after3 s

, press the activation switch on the otherSST (Deployment tool)

to operate (deploy) the air bag module (both inflators).


WARNING:

  • Verify that air bag module operation (explosive) sound occurs twice. If no operation (explosive) sound was heard or a single operation (explosive) sound was heard, both inflators would not have operated (deployed) properly. This may cause serious injury if the air bag module operates (deploy) unexpectedly. If the two operation (explosive) sounds are not heard, perform Step 8 again. If a total of two operation (explosive) sounds cannot be verified even though Step 8 is performed again, leave the air bag module alone for 30 min or more before approaching it again.

  • The air bag module is very hot immediately after it is operated (deployed). You can get burned. Do not touch the air bag module for at least 15 min after deployment.

9. Disconnect theSST (Deployment tool)

form theSST (Adapter harness)

.

Side Air Bag Module

1. Disconnect the side air bag module connector. (Driver side with power seat)


2. Connect theSST (Adapter harness)

to the side air bag module as shown in the figure.


3. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to theSST (Adapter harness)

.


4. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to the battery. Connect the power supply red clip to the positive battery terminal, and the black clip to the negative battery terminal.

5. Verify that the red lamp on theSST (Deployment tool)

is illuminated.

6. Verify that all persons are standingat least 6 m {20 ft}

away from the vehicle.

7. Press the activation switch on theSST (Deployment tool)

to operate (deploy) the side air bag module.


WARNING:

  • The air bag module is very hot immediately after it is operated (deployed). You can be burned. Do not touch the air bag module for at least 15 min after deployment.

8. Disconnect theSST (Deployment tool)

from theSST (Adapter harness)

.

Curtain Air Bag Module

1. Remove the following parts:

  • Rear seat cushion (4SD).

  • Rear scuff plate.

  • Tire house trim.

  • Trunk side upper trim (5HB).

  • Trunk side trim (5HB).

2. Remove the C–pillar trim..

3. Disconnect the curtain air bag module connector.


4. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to theSST (Adapter harness)

.


5. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to the battery. Connect the power supply red clip to the positive battery terminal, and the black clip to the negative battery terminal.

6. Verify that the red lamp on theSST (Deployment tool)

is illuminated.

7. Verify that all persons are standingat least 6 m {20 ft}

away from the vehicle.

8. Press the activation switch on theSST (Deployment tool)

to operate (deploy) the curtain air bag module.


WARNING:

  • The air bag module is very hot immediately after it is operated (deployed). You can be burned. Do not touch the air bag module for at least 15 min after deployment.

9. Disconnect theSST (Deployment tool)

from theSST (Adapter harness)

.

Pre-tensioner Seat Belt

1. Remove the front scuff plate..

2. Remove the rear scuff plate..

3. Remove the B-pillar lower trim..

4. Remove the pre-tensioner seat belt and connect theSST (Adapter harness)

as shown in the figure..


5. Install the pre-tensioner seat belt.

6. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to theSST (Adapter harness)

.


7. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to the battery. Connect the power supply red clip to the positive battery terminal, and the black clip to the negative battery terminal.

8. Verify that the red lamp on theSST (Deployment tool)

is illuminated.

9. Verify that all persons are standingat least 6 m {20 ft}

away from the vehicle.

10. Press the activation switch on theSST (Deployment tool)

to operate (deploy) the pre-tensioner seat belt.


WARNING:

  • The pre-tensioner seat belt is very hot immediately after it is operated (deployed). You can be burned. Do not touch the pre-tensioner seat belt for at least 15 min after deployment.

11. Disconnect theSST (Deployment tool)

from theSST (Adapter harness)

.

Lap pre-tensioner Seat Belt

1. Remove the lap pre-tensioner seat belt and connect theSST (Adapter harness)

as shown in the figure..


2. Install the lap pre-tensioner seat belt.

3. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to theSST (Adapter harness)

.


4. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to the battery. Connect the power supply red clip to the positive battery terminal, and the black clip to the negative battery terminal.

5. Verify that the red lamp on theSST (Deployment tool)

is illuminated.

6. Verify that all persons are standingat least 6 m {20 ft}

away from the vehicle.

7. Press the activation switch on theSST (Deployment tool)

to operate (deploy) the pre-tensioner seat belt.


WARNING:

  • The pre-tensioner seat belt is very hot immediately after it is operated (deployed). You can be burned. Do not touch the pre-tensioner seat belt for at least 15 min after deployment.

8. Disconnect theSST (Deployment tool)

from theSST (Adapter harness)

.

Deployment Procedure for Outside of Vehicle

1. Inspect theSST (Deployment tool)

..

2. Switch the ignition to off.

3. Disconnect the negative battery cable and wait for1 min or more

..

4. Follow the procedure below for operating (deploying) the applicable air bag module or lap pre-tensioner seat belt.

Driver-side Air Bag Module

WARNING:

  • The driver-side air bag module is a dual inflator type. If one inflator is forced to operate (deploy), the other may operate (deploy) accidentally. To prevent injury while disposing of the air bag module, make sure to operate (deploy) both driver-side air bag module inflators simultaneously, following the procedure below.

1. Remove the driver-side air bag module..

2. Install the bolts to the driver-side air bag module as shown in the figure, and connect theSST (Adapter harness)

.


3. Place the driver-side air bag module on the center of the tire wheel with the padded surface facing up. To secure the air bag module to the tire wheel, wrap a wire (cross section1.25 mm2 {0.002 in2} or more

) through the wheel and the bolt installation holes of the air bag moduleat least 4 times

.


WARNING:

  • If the air bag module is not properly installed to the tire wheel, serious injury may occur when the module is operated (deployed). When installing the air bag module to the tire wheel, make sure the padded surface is facing up.

4. Stack three tires without wheels on top of the tire with the driver-side air bag module, and then stack another tire with a wheel on the very top.


5. Secure the tires with wire.


6. Connect theSSTs (Deployment tool)

to theSSTs (Adapter harness)

.


7. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to the battery. Connect the power supply red clip to the positive battery terminal, and the black clip to the negative battery terminal.

8. Verify that the red lamp on theSST (Deployment tool)

is illuminated.

9. Verify that all persons are standingat least 6 m {20 ft}

away from the vehicle.

10. Press the activation switch on theSST (Deployment tool)

connected with49 L066 002

(a yellow connector) of theSST (Adapter harness)

, andafter 3 s

, press the activation switch on the otherSST (Deployment tool)

to operate (deploy) the air bag module (both inflators).


WARNING:

  • Verify that air bag module operation (explosive) sound occurs twice. If no operation (explosive) sound was heard or a single operation (explosive) sound was heard, both inflators would not have operated (deployed) properly. This may cause serious injury if the air bag module operates (deploy) unexpectedly. If the two operation (explosive) sounds are not heard, perform Step 10 again. If a total of two operation (explosive) sounds cannot be verified even though Step 10 is performed again, leave the air bag module alone for 30 min or more before approaching it again.

  • The air bag module is very hot immediately after it is operated (deployed). You can be burned. Do not touch the air bag module for at least 15 min after deployment.

11. Disconnect theSST (Deployment tool)

from theSST (Adapter harness)

.

Passenger-side Air Bag Module

WARNING:

  • The passenger-side air bag module is a dual inflator type. If one inflator is forced to operate (deploy), the other may operate (deploy) accidentally. To prevent injury while disposing of the air bag module, make sure to operate (deploy) both passenger-side air bag module inflators simultaneously, following the procedure below.

1. Remove the following parts:

a. Passenger-side front scuff plate.

b. Passenger-side front side trim.

c. Dashboard under cover.

d. Glove compartment.

e. Passenger-side lower panel.

f. SIRIUS satellite radio unit (with SIRIUS satellite radio system).

g. Passenger-side air bag module.

2. Disconnect the passenger-side air bag module connector.


3. Connect theSSTs (Adapter harness)

to the passenger-side air bag module as shown in the figure.

4. Place the padded surface of the passenger-side air bag module facing the center of the tire as shown in the figure. To secure the air bag module to the tire wheel, wrap a wire (cross section1.25 mm2{0.002 in2} or more

) through the tire and the bolt installation holesat least 4 times

as shown in the figure.


WARNING:

  • If the air bag module is not properly secured to the tire, the tires may fall over by the impact of operation (deployment) and cause serious injury. To prevent this, secure the air bag module properly with the padded surface facing the center of the tire.

5. Stack the tire with the passenger-side air bag module on top of two tires without wheels. Stack a tire without a wheel on top of the tire with the passenger-side air bag module, and then stack another tire with a wheel on the very top.


6. Secure the tires with wire.


7. Connect theSSTs (Deployment tool)

to theSSTs (Adapter harness)

.


8. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to the battery. Connect the power supply red clip to the positive battery terminal, and the black clip to the negative battery terminal.

9. Verify that the red lamp on theSST (Deployment tool)

is illuminated.

10. Verify that all persons are standingat least 6 m {20 ft}

away from the vehicle.

11. Press the activation switch on theSST (Deployment tool)

connected with49 L066 002

(a yellow connector) of theSST (Adapter harness)

, andafter 3 s

, press the activation switch on the otherSST (Deployment tool)

to operate (deploy) the air bag module (both inflators).


WARNING:

  • Verify that air bag module operation (explosive) sound occurs twice. If no operation (explosive) sound was heard or a single operation (explosive) sound was heard, both inflators would not have operated (deployed) properly. This may cause serious injury if the air bag module operates (deploy) unexpectedly. If the two operation (explosive) sounds are not heard, perform Step 11 again. If a total of two operation (explosive) sounds cannot be verified even though Step 11 is performed again, leave the air bag module alone for 30 min or more before approaching it again.

  • The air bag module is very hot immediately after it is operated (deployed). You can be burned. Do not touch the air bag module for at least 15 min after deployment.

12. Disconnect theSST (Deployment tool)

from theSST (Adapter harness)

.

Side Air Bag Module

1. Remove the front seat..

2. Remove the front seat back trim and pad..

3. Remove the side air bag module..

4. Connect theSST (Adapter harness)

to the side air bag module as shown in the figure.


5. Put the side air bag module inside the tire and secure it to the tire by wrapping a wire (cross section of1.25 mm2 {0.002 in2} or more

) through the tire and the boltat least 4 times

.


WARNING:

  • If the air bag module is not properly secured to the tire, the tires may fall over by the impact of operation (deployment) and cause serious injury. To prevent this, secure the air bag module properly with the padded surface facing the center of the tire.

6. Stack the tire with the side air bag module on top of two tires without wheels. Stack a tire without a wheel on top of the tire with the side air bag module, and then stack another tire with a wheel on the very top.


7. Secure the tires with wire.


8. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to theSST (Adapter harness).


9. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to the battery. Connect the power supply red clip to the positive battery terminal, and the black clip to the negative battery terminal.

10. Verify that the red lamp on theSST (Deployment tool)

is illuminated.

11. Verify that all persons are standingat least 6 m {20 ft}

away from the vehicle.

12. Press the activation switch on theSST (Deployment tool)

to operate (deploy) the side air bag module.


WARNING:

  • The air bag module is very hot immediately after it is operated (deployed). You can be burned. Do not touch the air bag module for at least 15 min after deployment.

13. Disconnect theSST (Deployment tool)

from theSST (Adapter harness)

.

Curtain Air Bag Module

1. Partially peel back the seaming welt.

2. Remove the rain sensor cover. (Vehicles with auto light/wiper system).

3. Disconnect the rain sensor connector. (Vehicles with auto light/wiper system)

4. Remove the following parts:

a. Sunroof seaming welt (vehicles with sunroof system)

b. A–pillar trim.

c. Front scuff plate.

d. Rear scuff plate.

e. B-pillar lower trim.

f. Upper anchor of the front seat belt.

g. B–pillar upper trim.

h. Rear seat cushion.

i. Tire house trim.

j. Trunk side upper trim (5HB).

k. C-pillar trim.

l. Map light.

m. Interior light.

n. Sunvisor.

o. Assist handle.

p. Headliner.

q. Curtain air bag module..

5. Cut off the air bag part of the curtain air bag module at the position shown in the figure.


WARNING:

  • Be sure not to crush the pipe on the side where it is cut. If it is crushed completely, the interior pressure of the pipe will build up and can cause it to explode during air bag module operation (deployment).

6. Disconnect the curtain air bag module connector.


7. Connect theSST (Adapter harness)

to the curtain air bag module as shown in the figure.

8. Secure the curtain air bag module to the tire, by wrapping a wire (cross section 1.25 mm2 {0.002 in2} or more

) through the tire and the bolt installation holesat least 4 times

as shown in the figure.


WARNING:

  • If the air bag module is not properly installed to the tire, serious injury may occur when the module is operated (deployed). Make sure to install the air bag module securely.

9. Stack the tire with the curtain air bag module on top of two tires without wheels. Stack a tire without a wheel on top of the tire with the curtain air bag module, and then stack another tire with a wheel on the very top.


10. Secure the tires with wire.


11. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to theSST (Adapter harness)

.


12. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to the battery. Connect the power supply red clip to the positive battery terminal, and the black clip to the negative battery terminal.

13. Verify that the red lamp on theSST (Deployment tool)

is illuminated.

14. Verify that all persons are standingat least 6 m {20 ft}

away from the vehicle.

15. Press the activation switch on theSST (Deployment tool)

to operate (deploy) the curtain air bag module.


WARNING:

  • The air bag module is very hot immediately after it is operated (deployed). You can be burned. Do not touch the air bag module for at least 15 min after deployment.

16. Disconnect theSST (Deployment tool)

from theSST (Adapter harness)

.

Pre-tensioner Seat Belt

1. Remove the front scuff plate..

2. Remove the rear scuff plate..

3. Remove the B-pillar lower trim..

4. Remove the pre-tensioner seat belt and connect theSST (Adapter harness)

as shown in the figure..


5. Put the pre-tensioner seat belt inside the tire and secure it to the tire by wrapping a wire (cross section of1.25 mm2 {0.002 in2} or more

) through the tire and the bolt installation holesat least 4 times

.


WARNING:

  • If the pre-tensioner seat belt is not properly installed to the tire, serious injury may occur when the pre-tensioner part is operated (deployed). When installing the pre-tensioner seat belt to the tire, make sure the pre-tensioner part is inside the tire.

6. Stack the tire with the pre-tensioner seat belt on to of two tires without wheels. Stack a tire without a wheel on top of the tire with the pre-tensioner seat belt, and then stack another tire with a wheel on the very top.


7. Secure the tires with wire.


8. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to theSST (Adapter harness)

.


9. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to the battery. Connect the power supply red clip to the positive battery terminal, and the black clip to the negative battery terminal.

10. Verify that the red lamp on theSST (Deployment tool)

is illuminated.

11. Verify that all persons are standingat least 6 m {20 ft}

away from the vehicle.

12. Press the activation switch on theSST (Deployment tool)

to operate (deploy) the pre-tensioner seat belt.


WARNING:

  • The pre-tensioner seat belt is very hot immediately after it is operated (deployed). You can be burned. Do not touch the pre-tensioner seat belt for at least 15 min after deployment.

13. Disconnect theSST (Deployment tool)

from theSST (Adapter harness)

.

Lap Pre-tensioner Seat Belt

1. Remove the front scuff plate..

2. Remove the rear scuff plate..

3. Remove the B-pillar lower trim..

4. Cut off the seat belt part of the lap pre-tensioner seat belt at the position shown in the figure.


5. Remove the lap pre-tensioner seat belt and connect theSST (Adapter harness)

as shown in the figure..


6. Secure the lap pre-tensioner seat belt to the vise as shown in the figure. Set the lap pre-tensioner piston so that the ejection end is pointed downward. Place the bottom surface of the housing so that it contacts the upper surface of the vise.


WARNING:

  • When the lap pre-tensioner seat belt operates (deploys), the piston ejects from the end of the cylinder. If an object lies in the ejection path within 40 mm of the cylinder end, the piston could hit the object, rebound and hit the lap pre-tensioner seat belt. The force of the piston hitting the lap pre-tensioner seat belt could dislodge it from the vice and cause injury. When securing the lap pre-tensioner in the vice, position it so that there is no obstruction in the ejection path within 40 mm of the cylinder end.

7. Put the lap pre-tensioner seat belt secure it to the vise by hold a wire (cross section of1.25 mm2 {0.002 in2} or more

) through the shaft of vice and the lap pre-tensioner seat belt bracket holeat least 4 times

.


WARNING:

  • If the lap pre-tensioner seat belt is not properly installed to the vice, serious injury may occur when the lap pre-tensioner part is operated (deployed). When installing the lap pre-tensioner seat belt to the vice, make sure the lap pre-tensioner part is properly installed to the vise.

8. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to theSST (Adapter harness)

.


9. Connect theSST (Deployment tool)

to the battery. Connect the power supply red clip to the positive battery terminal, and the black clip to the negative battery terminal.

10. Verify that the red lamp on theSST (Deployment tool)

is illuminated.

11. Verify that all persons are standingat least 6 m {20 ft}

away from the vehicle.

12. Press the activation switch on theSST (Deployment tool)

to operate (deploy) the lap pre-tensioner seat belt.


WARNING:

  • The lap pre-tensioner seat belt is very hot immediately after it is operated (deployed). You can be burned. Do not touch the lap pre-tensioner seat belt for at least 15 min after deployment.

13. Disconnect theSST (Deployment tool)

from theSST (Adapter harness)

.

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