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Mitsubishi Outlander: Air Bag Module and Seat Belt Pre-tensioner Disposal Procedures

Before disposing of an air bag or a vehicle equipped with an air bag, follow the procedures below to deploy the air bag.

UNDEPLOYED AIR BAG MODULE DISPOSAL

Required Special Tools:

WARNING

DEPLOYMENT INSIDE THE VEHICLE (WHEN DISPOSING OF A VEHICLE) <DRIVER'S AIR BAG MODULE>

1. Move the vehicle to an isolated spot.

DANGER Wait at least 60 seconds after disconnecting the battery cables before doing any further work.

WARNING Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds. WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING.

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2. Disconnect the negative (−) and positive (+) battery cables from the battery terminals, and then remove the battery from the vehicle.

3. Remove the cover.

4. Slide the outer housing of the driver's air bag module connector in the arrow direction shown, and disconnect the connector.

NOTE: When the driver's air bag module connector is disconnected from the inflator, the four pins of inflator connector are automatically shorted. This prevents the unintentional deployment of driver's air bags caused by the static or others.

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5. Connect deployment wires, each 6 meters (20 feet) or longer, to the two leads of special tool MB992102, and cover the connections with insulator tape. The other ends of the deployment wires should be connected to each other (short-circuited), to prevent sudden unexpected deployment of the air bag module.

NOTE: This prevents the air bags from being unintentionally deployed because of the static and others.

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6. Connect the special tool MB992102 to the driver's air bag module, and then pull out the deployment wire to outside the vehicle.

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WARNING If the windshield glass is scratched, air bag deployment could cause it to crack and fly out of the vehicle, so always put a cover over the vehicle.

7. To suppress the sound as much as possible, completely close all door windows, close the doors and put a cover on the vehicle.

WARNING

8. At a location as far away from the vehicle as possible, disconnect the two connected wires from each other, and connect them to the two terminals of the battery (which has been removed from the vehicle) to deploy the air bag.

9. After deployment, dispose of the air bag module according to the Deployed Air Bag Module and Operated Seat Belt Pre-tensioner Disposal.

DEPLOYMENT INSIDE THE VEHICLE (WHEN DISPOSING OF A VEHICLE) <PASSENGER'S (FRONT) AIR BAG MODULE >

1. Move the vehicle to an isolated spot.

DANGER Wait at least 60 seconds after disconnecting the battery cables before doing any further work.

WARNING Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds. WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING.

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2. Disconnect the negative (−) and positive (+) battery cables from the battery terminals, and then remove the battery from the vehicle.

3. Remove the glove box.

4. Slide the outer housing of passenger's (front) air bag module connector in the arrow direction shown, and disconnect the connector.

NOTE: When the passenger's (front) air bag module connector is disconnected from the instrument panel wiring harness side connector, the four pins of inflator connector are automatically shorted. This prevents the unintentional deployment of front passenger's air bags caused by the static or others.

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5. Connect deployment wires, each 6 meters (20 feet) or longer, to the two leads of SRS air bag adapter harness (MB9921020), and cover the connections with insulator tape. The other ends of the deployment wires should be connected to each other (short-circuited), to prevent sudden unexpected deployment of the air bag module.

NOTE: This prevents the unintentional deployment of passenger's (front) air bags caused by the static or others.

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6. Connect the special tool MB992102 to the passenger's (front) air bag module, and then pull out the deployment wire to outside the vehicle.

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WARNING If the glass is scratched, air bag deployment could cause it to crack and fly out of the vehicle, so always put a cover over the vehicle.

7. To suppress the operation sound as much as possible, completely close all door windows, close the doors and put a cover on the vehicle.

WARNING

8. At a location as far away from the vehicle as possible, disconnect the two connected wires from each other, and connect them to the two terminals of the battery (which has been removed from the vehicle) to deploy the air bag.

9. After deployment, dispose of the air bag module according to the Deployed Air Bag Module and Operated Seat Belt Pre-tensioner Disposal.

DEPLOYMENT INSIDE THE VEHICLE (WHEN DISPOSING OF A VEHICLE) <SIDE-AIR BAG MODULE>

1. Move the vehicle to an isolated spot.

DANGER Wait at least 60 seconds after disconnecting the battery cables before doing any further work.

WARNING Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds. WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING.

2. Disconnect the (−) and (+) terminals of battery cable, and then remove the battery from the vehicle.

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3. Disconnect the connections of the side-air bag module connector (two-pin: yellow) and the floor harness side connector (two-pin: yellow).

CAUTION Make sure to deploy both driver's and front passenger's side air bags.

NOTE: When the side-air bag module connector is disconnected from the floor wiring harness side connector, the two pins of side air bag module connector are automatically shorted. This prevents the unintentional deployment of side-air bags caused by the static or others.

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4. Obtain two suitable wires, which are 6 meters (20 feet) or longer, as deployment wires. Then connect the wires at one end to short.

NOTE: This prevents the air bags from unintentional deployment caused by static electricity, etc.

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CAUTION Never fail to do Step 5 in order to prevent accidental deployment caused by static.

5. Touch the vehicle body with bare hands to release the charged static.

6. With the side-air bag module connector disconnected, cut the floor harness using a nipper or similar tools.

7. Connect the deployment wire to each of two cut wiring harnesses. After covering the connection areas with insulation tape, pull out the deployment wire to outside the vehicle.

8. Connect the floor harness, to which the deployment wire is connected, to the side-air bag module connector.

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WARNING If the glass is scratched, air bag deployment could cause it to crack and fly out of the vehicle, so always put a cover over the vehicle.

9. To suppress the operation sound as much as possible completely close all door windows, close the doors and put the cover on the vehicle.

WARNING

10.At a location as far away from the vehicle as possible, disconnect the two connected wires from each other, and connect them to the two terminals of the battery (which has been removed from the vehicle) to deploy the air bag.

11.After deployment, dispose of the front seatback assembly (air bag module) according to the Deployed Air Bag Module and Operated Seat Belt Pre-tensioner Disposal.

DEPLOYMENT INSIDE THE VEHICLE (WHEN DISPOSING OF A VEHICLE) <CURTAIN AIR BAG MODULE>

1. Move the vehicle to an isolated spot.

DANGER Wait at least 60 seconds after disconnecting the battery cables before doing any further work.

WARNING Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds. WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING.

2. Disconnect the negative (−) and positive (+) battery cables from the battery terminals, and then remove the battery from the vehicle.

3. Remove the headlining.

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4. Use the flat-tipped screwdriver to pull out the locking button of curtain air bag harness side connector. After releasing the lock, disconnect the connector.

NOTE: If the curtain air bag module connector is disconnected from the floor wiring harness side connector, both electrodes of the curtain air bag module connector will be automatically shorted to prevent unintended deployment of the curtain air bag module due to static electricity, etc.

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5. Connect deployment wires, each 6 meters (20 feet) or longer, to the two leads of special tool MB991885, and cover the connections with insulation tape. The other ends of the deployment wires should be connected to each other (short-circuited), to prevent sudden unexpected deployment of the curtain air bag module.

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6. Connect the special tool MB991885 to the inflator, and then pull out the deployment wire to outside the vehicle.

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WARNING If the glass is scratched, air bag deployment could cause it to crack and fly out of the vehicle, so always put a cover over the vehicle.

7. To suppress the deployment sound as much as possible, completely close all door windows, close the doors and put the cover on the vehicle.

WARNING

8. At a location as far away from the vehicle as possible, disconnect the two connected wires from each the, and connect them to the two terminals of the battery (which has been removed from the vehicle) to deploy the air bag.

9. After deployment, dispose of the air bag module according to the Deployed Air Bag Module and Operated Seat belt Pre-tensioner Disposal.

DEPLOYMENT INSIDE THE VEHICLE (WHEN DISPOSING OF A VEHICLE) <SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER>

1. Move the vehicle to an isolated spot.

DANGER Wait at least 60 seconds after disconnecting the battery cables before doing any further work.

WARNING Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds. WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING.

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2. Disconnect the negative (−) and positive (+) battery cables from the battery terminals, and then remove the battery from the vehicle.

3. Remove the center pillar trim, lower.

4. Use the slotted (−) screwdriver to pull out the locking button of floor harness side connector. After releasing the lock, disconnect the connector.

NOTE: If the seat belt pre-tensioner connector is disconnected from the floor wiring harness side connector, both electrodes of the seat belt pre-tensioner connector will be automatically shorted to prevent unintended operation of the seat belt pre-tensioner due to static electricity, etc.

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5. Connect deployment wires, each 6 meters (20 feet) or longer, to the two leads of special tool MB991885, and cover the connections with insulation tape. The other ends of the deployment wires should be connected to each other (short-circuited), to prevent sudden unexpected operation of the seat belt pre-tensioner.

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6. Connect the special tool MB991885 to the two-pin connector of seat belt pre-tensioner, and then pull out the deployment wire to outside the vehicle.

7. In order to suppress the operation sound as much as possible, fully close all the door windows and close the doors.

WARNING

8. At a location as far away from the vehicle as possible, disconnect the two connected wires from each the, and connect them to the two terminals of the battery (which has been removed from the vehicle) to operate the seat belt pre-tensioner.

9. After operation, dispose of the seat belt pre-tensioner according to the Deployed Air Bag Module operated Seat Belt Pre-tensioner Disposal.

DEPLOYMENT INSIDE THE VEHICLE (WHEN DISPOSING OF A VEHICLE) <LAP PRE-TENSIONER>

1. Move the vehicle to an isolated spot.

DANGER Wait at least 60 seconds after disconnecting the battery cables before doing any further work.

WARNING Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds. WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING.

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2. Disconnect the negative (−) and positive (+) battery cables from the battery terminals, and then remove the battery from the vehicle.

3. Remove the center pillar trim lower cover (Refer to GROUP 52A, Trims).

4. Use the slotted (−) screwdriver to pull out the locking button of floor wiring harness side connector. After releasing the lock, disconnect the connector.

NOTE: If the lap pre-tensioner connector is disconnected from the floor wiring harness side connector, both electrodes of the lap pre-tensioner connector will be automatically shorted to prevent unintended operation of the lap pre-tensioner due to static electricity, etc.

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5. Connect deployment wires, each 6 meters (20 feet) or longer, to the two leads of special tool MB991885, and cover the connections with insulation tape. The other ends of the deployment wires should be connected to each other (short-circuited), to prevent sudden unexpected operation of the lap pre-tensioner.

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6. Connect the special tool MB991885 to the two-pin connector of lap pre-tensioner, and then pull out the deployment wire to outside the vehicle.

7. In order to suppress the operation sound as much as possible, fully close all the door windows and close the doors.

DEPLOYMENT OUTSIDE THE VEHICLE <DRIVER'S AIR BAG MODULE>

DANGER Wait at least 60 seconds after disconnecting the battery cables before doing any further work.

WARNING

1. Disconnect the negative (−) and positive (+) battery cables from the battery terminals, and then remove the battery from the vehicle.

CAUTION Once disconnected, both electrodes of the driver's air bag module connector short automatically to prevent accidental deployment caused by static etc. Still, in consideration of the accidental deployment, store the air bag module on a flat place with deployment surface facing up. Do not put anything on it.

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2. Remove the air bag module from the vehicle.

3. Connect deployment wires, each 6 meters (20 feet) or longer, to the two leads of special tool MB992102, and cover the connections with insulator tape. The other ends of the deployment wires should be connected to each other (short-circuited), to prevent sudden unexpected deployment of the air bag module.

NOTE: This prevents the air bags from being unintentionally deployed because of the static and others.

4. Connect the special tool MB992102 to the driver's air bag module.

5. To the torx screw installation hole located at the backside of air bag module, tie a thick wire for fixing the wheel.

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6. Route the deployment wires connected to the driver's air bag module beneath an old tire and wheel assembly. Then, using the wire tied to the bolt, secure the driver's air bag module to the tire and wheel assembly with the deployment surface facing up.

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7. Place three old tires without wheels on the tire secured with the driver's air bag module.

WARNING

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8. At a location as far away from the air bag module as possible, and from a shielded position, disconnect the two connected wires from each other, and connect them, to the two terminals of the battery (which has been removed from the vehicle) to deploy the air bag.

9. Discard the deployed air bag module as specified in Deployed Air Bag Module and Operated Seat Belt Pre-tensioner Disposal.

DEPLOYMENT OUTSIDE THE VEHICLE <PASSENGER'S (FRONT) AIR BAG MODULE>

DANGER Wait at least 60 seconds after disconnecting the battery cables before doing any further work.

WARNING

1. Disconnect the negative (−) and positive (+) battery cables from the battery terminals, and then remove the battery from the vehicle.

CAUTION Once disconnected, both electrodes of the front passenger's air bag module connector short automatically to prevent accidental deployment caused by static etc. Still, in consideration of possible accidental deployment, store the air bag module on flat place with deployment surface facing up. Do not put anything on it.

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2. Remove the air bag module from the vehicle.

3. Connect deployment wires, each 6 meters (20 feet) or longer, to the two leads of special tool MB992102, and cover the connections with insulator tape. The other ends of the deployment wires should be connected to each other (short-circuited), to prevent sudden unexpected deployment of the air bag module.

NOTE: This prevents the air bags from being unintentionally deployed because of the static and others.

4. Connect the special tool MB992102 to the passenger's (front) air bag module.

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5. Pass the thick wire through the hole of air bag module mounting bracket. When, with the air bag module deployment surface facing upward, fit the module to the old tire with wheel.

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6. Place three old tires without wheels on top of the tire secured to the air bag module, and secure all tires together with ropes (four locations).

WARNING

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7. At a location as far away from the air bag module as possible, and from a shielded position, disconnect the two connected wires from each other, and connect them to the two terminals of the battery (which has been removed from the vehicle) to deploy the air bag.

8. Discard the deployed air bag module as specified in Deployed Air Bag Module and Operated Seat Belt Pre-tensioner Disposal.

DEPLOYMENT OUTSIDE VEHICLE< SIDE-AIR BAG MODULE>

DANGER Wait at least 60 seconds after disconnecting the battery cables before doing any further work.

WARNING

1. Disconnect the negative (−) and positive (+) battery cables from the battery terminals, and then remove the battery from the vehicle.

CAUTION Once disconnected, both electrodes of the side-air bag module connector short automatically to prevent accidental deployment caused by static etc. Still, in consideration of the accidental deployment, store the air bag module on flat place with deployment surface facing up. Also, do not put anything on it.

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2. Remove the side-air bag module from the front seat assembly incorporated in the side-air bag. 3. Obtain two suitable wires, which are 6 meters (20 feet) or longer, as deployment wires. Then connect the wires at one end to short.

NOTE: This prevents the air bags from unintentional deployment caused by static electricity, etc.

CAUTION Never fail to do Step 4 in order to prevent accidental deployment caused by static.

4. Touch the vehicle body with bare hands to release the charged static.

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5. Cut off the side-air bag module wiring harness connector from the wiring harness with nippers. Connect the deployment wire to each of the two cut wiring harnesses, and cover the connection areas with insulation tape.

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6. Pass the deployment wire under the tire with wheel, and connect it to the side-air bag module connector.

7. Install a surplus nut to the side-air bag module bolt. Then, tie a thick wire for fixing the wheel to the bolt. Fix the side-air bag module to the wheel of old tire with the module deployment surface facing upward.

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8. Place three old tires without wheels on top of the tire secured to the air bag module, and secure all tires together with ropes (four locations).

WARNING

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9. At a location as far away from the air bag module as possible, and from a shielded position, disconnect the two connected wires from each other, and connect them to the two terminals of the battery (which has been removed from the vehicle) to deploy the air bag.

10.Discard the deployed air bag module as specified in Deployed Air Bag Module and Operated Seat Belt Pre-tensioner Disposal.

DEPLOYMENT OUTSIDE THE VEHICLE <CURTAIN AIR BAG MODULE>

DANGER Wait at least 60 seconds after disconnecting the battery cables before doing any further work.

WARNING

1. Disconnect the negative (−) and positive (+) battery cables from the battery terminals, and then remove the battery from the vehicle.

WARNING Store the curtain air bag module on a flat surface with its operation surface facing up. Do not place anything on top of them.

2. Remove the curtain air bag module from the vehicle.

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3. Cut the inflator from the air bag as shown in the figure using a cutter or a similar tool.

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4. Connect deployment wires, each 6 meters (20 feet) or longer, to the two leads of special tool MB991885, and cover the connections with insulation tape. The other ends of the deployment wires should be connected to each other (short-circuited), to prevent sudden unexpected deployment of the air bag module.

NOTE: This prevents the air bags from being unintentionally deployed because of the static and others.

5. Connect the special tool MB991885 to the curtain air bag module.

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6. Feed a thick wire through the bracket of the inflator, and connect it to an old tire without a wheel.

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7. Place the tire to which the inflator is fixed onto the two stacked tires. Then, place 1 or more old tires without wheel onto the stacked tires, and tie and fix all the tires with rope.

(4 positions)

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WARNING

8. At a location as far away from the air bag module as possible, and from a shielded position, disconnect the two connected wires from each other, and connect them to the two terminals of the battery (which has been removed from the vehicle) to deploy the air bag.

9. Discard the deployed air bag module as specified in Deployed Air Bag Module and Seat Belt Pre-tensioner Disposal.

DEPLOYMENT OUTSIDE THE VEHICLE <SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER AND LAP PRE-TENSIONER>

DANGER Wait at least 60 seconds after disconnecting the battery cables before doing any further work.

WARNING

1. Disconnect the negative (−) and positive (+) battery cables from the battery terminals, and then remove the battery from the vehicle.

WARNING Store the seat belt pre-tensioner on a flat surface with its operation surface facing up. Do not place anything on top of them.

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2. Remove the seat belt pre-tensioner from the vehicle.

3. Connect deployment wires, each 6 meters (20 feet) or longer, to the two leads of special tool MB991885, and cover the connections with insulation tape. The other ends of the deployment wires should be connected to each other (short-circuited), to prevent sudden unexpected operation of the seat belt pre-tensioner.

NOTE: This prevents the unintentional activation of inflator caused by the static or others.

4. Connect the special tool MB991885, which the deployment wires is attached to, to the seat belt pre-tensioner connector.

<Seat belt pre-tensioner>

5. Connect the special tool MB991885, which the deployment wires is attached to, to the lap pre-tensioner connector. <Lap pre-tensioner>

CAUTION The adapter harness below the wheel should be loose. If it is too tight, the reaction when the seat belt pre-tensioner operates could damage the adapter harness.

6. Pass the thick wires through the hole on the seat belt pre-tensioner bracket and secure them to the front (raised part) of the wheel in two places.

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7. Pull the seat belt out to the outside of the tire, and then place one tire without a wheel on top.

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WARNING

8. At a location as far away from the air bag module as possible, and from a shielded position, disconnect the two connected wires from each other, and connect them to the two terminals of the battery (which has been removed from the vehicle) to operate the seat belt pre-tensioner.

9. Discard the operated seat belt pre-tensioner as specified in Deployed Air Bag Module and Seat Belt pre-tensioner Disposal.

DEPLOYED AIR BAG MODULE AND OPERATED SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER DISPOSAL

After deployment and operation, the air bag module and seat belt pre-tensioner should be disposed of in the same manner as any other scrap parts, adhering to local laws and/or legislation.

Observe the following precautions during air bag or seat belt pre-tensioner disposal:

1. The inflator will be quite hot immediately following deployment, so wait at least 30 minutes to allow it cool before attempting to handle it.

2. Do not put water or oil on the air bag after deployment or on the seat belt pre-tensioner after operation.

WARNING If after following these precautions, any material does get into the eyes or on the skin, immediately rinse the affected area with a large amount of clean water. If any irritation develops, seek medical attention.

3. There may be material on the deployed air bag module or the operated seat belt pre-tensioner, that could irritate the eye and/or skin. Wear gloves and safety glasses when handling a deployed air bag module or the operated seat belt pre-tensioner.

4. Tightly seal the air bag module and seat belt pre-tensioner in a strong plastic bag for disposal.

5. Be sure to always wash your hands after completing this operation.

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