Wednesday, January 25, 2012

2006 Subaru Impreza Airbag System Workshop Service Manuals

2006 Subaru Impreza Airbag System Workshop Service Manuals. Do not drop the airbag modulator parts, subject them to high temperature over 93°C (199°F), or let water, oil, or grease get on them; otherwise, the internal parts may be damaged and reliability greatly lowered. Do not allow water or oil to come in contact with the connector terminals. Do not touch the connector terminals. If any damage, opening, or rust is found on the airbag system wire harness, do not attempt to repair using soldering equipment. Be sure to replace the faulty harness with a new genuine part.When servicing a vehicle, be sure to turn the ignition switch to OFF, disconnect the ground cable from battery, and wait for more than 20 seconds before starting work. • The airbag system is fitted with a backup power source. If the airbag system is serviced within 20 seconds after the ground cable is disconnected, it may inflate. • If the airbag warning light illuminates, repair the vehicle immediately. Airbag or pretensioner may inflate incorrectly, or not inflate in collision. • If sensors, airbag module, airbag control module, pretensioner, and harness are deformed or damaged,n replace them with new genuine parts.When checking, use a test harness (1). Do not directly apply the tester probe to any connector terminal of the airbag. Damage to the connector terminal may cause the airbag to activate erroneously. When painting or performing sheet metal work on the side of the vehicle, including the side sill, center pillar, and front and rear doors, remove the side airbag sensors and wire harness of the airbag system.

: 2006 Subaru Impreza Abag System Workshop Service Manuals