SERVICE MANUAL
  Applies to: Hyundai Coupe/Tiburon 1998-2000
GROUP
Restraints SRS Air Bag System
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AIR BAG MODULE DISPOSAL 
FIELD DEPLOYMENT PROCEDURES
CAUTION
When handling the deployed airbag be care not the by-product dust enter to eye and always wear gloves to avoid direct contact the by-product material.
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AIR BAG MODULE DISPOSAL PROCEDURES 

Before either disposing of a vehicle equipped with an air bag, or prior to disposing of the air bag module, be sure to first follow the procedures described below to deploy the air bag.

AIR BAG REMOTE DEPLOYMENT DEVICES
Tool, Number, Name
Use
Deployment tool (0957A-34100)
SRS DEPLOYMENT ADAPTER HARNESS (0957A-34200)
Deployment inside the vehicle (when vehicle will not longer be driven)
DISPOSAL PLAN

When the problem occurs, take disposal steps as follows.

CASE
DISPOSAL PLAN
Abnormal problems in air bag module
Return to HMC dealer
Car scrapping (DAB, PAB)
Deploy the air bag module in the scrapper yard with SST
Crash (Deployed)
Service station disposes the Air-bag module
UNDEPLOYED AIR BAG MODULE DISPOSAL
CAUTION
  1. If the vehicle is to be scrapped, junked, or otherwise disposed of, deploy the air bag inside the vehicle.
  2. Since there is a loud noise when the air bag is deployed, avoid residential areas whenever possible. If anyone is nearby, give warning of the impending noise.
  3. Since a large amount of smoke is produced when the air bag is deployed, select a well-ventilated site. Moreover, never attempt the test neat a fire or smoke sensor.
DEPLOYMENT INSIDE THE VEHICLE
WHEN VEHICLE WILL NO LONGER BE DRIVEN
  1. Open all windows and doors of the vehicle Move the vehicle to an isolated spot.

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

    CAUTION
    Wait at least 30 seconds after disconnection the battery cable before doing any further work.
  1. Remove the center console box.

  1. Remove Air-bag SRSCM connector.

  1. Connect disposal tool to the air bag checker R-terminal.

  1. Connect SRS air bag adapter harness battery (+) and (-) when the SRS harness checker still disconnected, to prevent sudden unexpected deployment of the air bag.

    Connect the SRS harness checker to SRSCM harness side connector.

  1. At location as far away from the vehicle as possible, press the push button (removed from the vehicle) to deploy the air bag.

    CAUTION
    1. Before deploying the air bag in this manner, first check to be sure that there is no one in or near the vehicle. Wear safety glasses.
    2. The inflator will be quite hot immediately following the deployment, so wait at least 30 minutes to allow it to cool before attempting to handle it. Although not poisonous, do not inhale gas from air bag deployment. See Deployed Air Bag Module Disposal Procedures for post-deployment handling instructions.
    3. If the air bag fails to deploy when the procedures above are followed, do not go near the module.
DEPLOYED AIR BAG MODULE DISPOSAL PROCEDURES

After deployment, the air bag module should be disposed of in the same manner as any other scrap parts, except that the following points should be carefully noted during disposal.

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

  1. Do not put water or oil on the air bag after deployment.

  1. There may be, adhered to the deployed air bag module, material that could irritate the eyes and or skin, so wear gloves and safety glasses when handling a deployed air bag module. IF DESPITE THESE PRECAUTIONS, THE 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.

  1. Tightly seal the air bag module in a strong vinyl bag for disposal.

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