D 150 Pickup V6-239 3.9L (1992)
Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) Control Module: Customer Safety Information
WARNING: Failure to have the air bag system properly serviced may lead to possible injury in the event of an accident.
NOTE: Service and general information labels about the air bag system can be found on the driver's sun visor, the glove box door, and in the engine
Always wear safety glasses when servicing an air bag equipped vehicle or when handling an air bag module.
Because this system is a sensitive, complex electro-mechanical unit, before attempting to diagnose, remove or install any air bag system
component, you must first disarm air bag system as outlined. Failure to do this could result in accidental airbag deployment and possible personal
The airbag module inflator assembly contains sodium azide and potassium nitrate. These materials are poisonous and extremely flammable.
Contact with acid, water, or heavy metals may produce harmful and irritating gases (sodium hydroxide is formed in the presence of moisture) or
combustible compounds. In addition, the passenger airbag module contains argon gas pressurized to over 2,500 psi. Do not attempt to dismantle an
airbag module or tamper with its inflator. Do not puncture, incinerate, or bring into contact with electricity. Do not store at temperatures exceeding
93° C (200° F).
The fasteners, screws and bolts used for air bag components have special coatings and are specifically designed for the air bag system. They must
never be replaced with substitutes. If fastener replacement is required, use correct fasteners provided in service package.
Replace airbag system components only with parts specified in the Chrysler Mopar parts catalog. Substitute parts may appear interchangeable, but
internal differences may result in inferior occupant protection.
When a steering column has an airbag module attached, never place the column on the floor or any other surface with the steering wheel or air bag
module face down.
Be careful when performing electrical tests so as to prevent accidental shorting of terminals. Such mistakes can damage fuses or components. Also,
a second code could be set, making diagnosis of the original problem more difficult. Accidental airbag deployment could occur.