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Description
In order to make normal activation of airbag system, SRSCM detects DTC(s) for the Passive occupant detection system (PODS-F). If the seat is occupied, PODS-F detects passenger presence status and sends signal to SRSCM via CAN.
SRSCM recognizes two different types of signals: 1 (Empty or small occupant with child restraint system) or 2 (Occupied by large occupant and small occupant).
According to these signals, ACU determines whether or not to deploy the PAB (Passenger Airbag).
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Passive Occupant Detection System (PODS-F) Components and Components Location
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