Hyundai Santa Fe: Schematic Diagrams - SRSCM - Restraint - Hyundai Santa Fe DM 2013-2018 Service ManualHyundai Santa Fe: Schematic Diagrams

Circuit Diagram (1)

Circuit Diagram (2)

Circuit Diagram (2)

Circuit Diagram (3)

Circuit Diagram (3)


SRSCM Connector terminal

Pin
Function (Connector A)
Pin
Function (Connector B)
1
Ignition
1
Seat belt pretensioner [Driver] High
2
Passenger airbag Active vent High
2
Seat belt pretensioner [Driver] Low
3
(1st stage) Driver airbag High
3
Seat belt pretensioner [Passenger] Low
4
(1st stage) Driver airbag Low
4
Seat belt pretensioner [Passenger] High
5
(1st stage) Passenger airbag Low
5
Curtain Airbag [Driver] High
6
(1st stage) Passenger airbag High
6
Curtain Airbag [Driver] Low
7
(2st stage) Driver airbag High
7
-
8
(2st stage) Driver airbag Low
8
-
9
CAN_Low
9
Emergency fastening device [Passenger] High
10
Shorting bar
10
Emergency fastening device [Passenger] Low
11
Shorting bar
11
Side airbag [Driver] Low
12
(2st stage) Passenger airbag Low
12
Side airbag [Driver] High
13
(2st stage) Passenger airbag High
13
Ground
14
Front impact sensor [Passenger] High
14
Side airbag [Passenger] High
15
Front impact sensor [Passenger] Low
15
Side airbag [Passenger] Low
16
-
16
Curtain Airbag [Passenger] Low
17
Passenger airbag Active vent Low
17
Curtain Airbag [Passenger] High
18
CAN_High
18
-
19
Knee airbage High
19
-
20
Knee airbage Low
20
-
21
-
21
-
22
Crash Output
22
Pressure side impact sensor [Passenger] High
23
-
23
Pressure side impact sensor [Passenger] Low
24
Front impact sensor [Driver] High
24
C_CAN High (IMU LINE)
25
Front impact sensor [Driver] Low
25
C_CAN Low (IMU LINE)
26
-
26
Seat belt buckle switch [Passenger]
27
Telltale Lamp
27
-


28
-


29
Side impact sensor [Driver] High


30
Side impact sensor [Driver] Low

 
31
Side impact sensor [Passenger] High

 
32
Side impact sensor [Passenger] Low


33
-

 
34
-
 
 
35
Seat belt buckle switch [Driver]
 
 
36
-
 
 
37
-
 
 
38
Pressure side impact sensor [Driver] High


39
Pressure side impact sensor [Driver] Low


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