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Lincoln Aviator: Supplemental Restraint System / Description and Operation - Airbag and Seatbelt Pretensioner Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) - System Operation and Component Description

System Operation

System Diagram - Supplemental Restraint System (SRS)


Item Description
1 RCM
2 Ignition Switch
3 GWM
4 Driver Seatbelt Buckle Switch
5 Passenger Seatbelt Buckle Switch
6 RHFront Impact Severity Sensor
7 Driver Door Side Impact Sensor
8 Driver C-Pillar Side Impact Sensor
9 Passenger Belt Tension Sensor (BTS)
10 Passenger Seat Position Sensor
11 Driver Seat Position Sensor
12 APIM
13 Passenger Door Side Impact Sensor
14 BCM
15 Driver Second Row Seatbelt Buckle Switch
16 Passenger Second Row Seatbelt Buckle Switch
17 LH Front Impact Severity Sensor
18 OCSM
19 Center Second Row Seatbelt Buckle Switch
20 Passenger C-Pillar Side Impact Sensor
21 Driver Third Row Seatbelt Buckle Switch
22 Passenger Third Row Seatbelt Buckle Switch
23 IPC

Item Description
1 Passenger Seatbelt Anchor Pretensioner
2 Driver Seatbelt Anchor Pretensioner
3 Driver Seatbelt Retractor Pretensioner
4 Passenger Side Curtain Airbag
5 Driver Side Curtain Airbag
6 Passenger Side Airbag
7 Driver Side Airbag
8 Passenger Airbag (Stages 1 and 2)
9 Driver Airbag (Stages 1 and 2)
10 RCM
11 BCM
12 Passenger Seatbelt Adaptive Load Limiter
13 Passenger Seatbelt Retractor Pretensioner
14 Passenger Load Limiting Retractor
15 Passenger Airbag Vent (if equipped)
16 Passenger Knee Airbag
17 Driver Knee Airbag
18 Driver Second Row Seatbelt Retractor
19 Passenger Second Row Seatbelt Retractor

Network Message Chart - Supplemental Restraint System (SRS)

  Module Network Input Messages - RCM


Broadcast Message Originating Module Message Purpose
eCall confirmation   APIM Used for SYNC® 911 Assist™ operation. Indicates whether eCall notification is in progress after an airbag deployment.
Ignition status   BCM Qualifies certain faults during RCM self-diagnostics.
Airbag warning indicator status   IPC Confirms airbag warning indicator status to the RCM.
OCS vehicle calibration data   OCSM Shares application-specific data for comparison purposes to make sure the correct OCSM and RCM are installed.
OCS fault status   OCSM Indicates an OCS fault, if present.
OCS sensor data   OCSM OCS sensor readings.
OCS serial number   OCSM OCSM serial number.
Restraints module power status   BCM Communicates BCM fault status to the RCM.
Vehicle configuration data   BCM Verifies vehicle configuration data.

System Diagram - Occupant Classification System (OCS)


Item Description
1 Passenger Belt Tension Sensor (BTS)
2 OCSM
3 Passenger Seatbelt Buckle Sensor
4 Passenger Airbag (Stages 1 and 2)
5 RCM
6 PAD Indicator
7 FCIM
8 GWM

Network Message Chart - Occupant Classification System (OCS)

  Module Network Input Messages


Broadcast Message Originating Module Message Purpose
Front passenger seatbelt buckle status   RCM Determines passenger airbag disable status.
RCM serial number   RCM RCM serial number.

Supplemental Restraint System

The SRS is controlled by the RCM, which continually monitors various inputs. When these inputs indicate a front, side, or rollover crash, the RCM deploys some components based upon the severity of the crash and the sensor inputs.

Although some deployable devices may not have activated for all occupants during a crash, it does not mean that something is wrong with the SRS.

The RCM performs a self-test of the complete SRS during each startup. In addition to the self-test at start up, the RCM continually monitors all of the SRS components and circuitry for correct operation.

Airbag Warning Indicator

The airbag warning indicator:

  • proves out by lighting for 6 seconds and then turning off.
  • flashes and/or illuminates based on the message the IPC receives from the RCM.
  • illuminates if the IPC does not receive a message from the RCM.

When the ignition is turned on, the IPC illuminates the airbag warning indicator continuously for 6 seconds. If the SRS is free of faults, the airbag warning indicator turns off and remains off. If a SRS fault exists, the airbag warning indicator illuminates and remains illuminated for the rest of the ignition cycle. The RCM communicates with the IPC via the HS-CAN. The IPC illuminates the airbag warning indicator based on messaging from the RCM. The IPC also illuminates the airbag warning indicator if there is no communication between the RCM and IPC.

Event Notification Signal (ENS)

The event notification feature provides other vehicle subsystems with information pertaining to SRS deployment or fuel cutoff status. When an impact occurs which exceeds a pre-determined threshold, the RCM sends a signal on dedicated circuits to the BCM and each door latch control module.

When the BCM receives the crash signal input, it initiates fuel cutoff to disable the fuel system. When the door latch control modules receive the crash signal input, they enter a crash unlock mode after approximately 10 seconds. This allows the doors to unlatch from the inside or outside door latch release switches

After the fuel system is disabled, the vehicle can be re-started after carrying out the following steps:

  • Turn the ignition ON and wait 10 seconds.
  • Turn the ignition OFF.
  • Turn the ignition ON.
  • Turn the ignition OFF.
  • Turn the ignition ON.

Occupant Classification System (OCS)

The OCS is found only on the front passenger seat and is comprised of a silicone gel-filled bladder and an OCSM. The OCS classifies the size of the front passenger seat occupant and provides this information to the RCM.

Pressure is applied to the OCS bladder when weight of any occupant or object on the front passenger seat is present. The pressure is then transferred through a tube and sensed by the OCS pressure sensor within the OCSM. The OCSM sends information concerning the weight of any occupant or object on the front passenger seat to the RCM via the HS-CAN2. The RCM uses this information to determine if the passenger airbag needs to be deployed in the event of a crash.

The OCS is also used for operation of the passenger Belt-Minder®. For information about Belt-Minder®,
Refer to: Seatbelt Systems - System Operation and Component Description (501-20A Seatbelt Systems, Description and Operation).

To deactivate or reactivate the passenger Belt-Minder® feature,
Refer to: Seatbelt Minder Deactivating/Activating (413-01 Instrumentation, Message Center and Warning Chimes, General Procedures).

Passenger Airbag Deactivation (PAD) Indicator

The RCM controls the PAD indicator through messages sent on the HS-CAN sent to the FCIM, based on information provided by the OCS. When the passenger airbag is activated, the PAD displays ON. If the RCM has deactivated the passenger airbag, the PAD indicator displays OFF.

The RCM briefly activates the PAD indicator during prove out to verify the indicator function and confirm proper functional operation of the PAD indicator to the front occupants.

The following table indicates the passenger airbag and PAD indicator status based on the size of the front passenger occupant.

Occupant Size Passenger Seatbelt Buckle Status Passenger Airbag Status PAD Indicator Status
Empty Buckled or Unbuckled Disabled OFF: Lit
ON: Unlit
Small Buckled or Unbuckled Disabled OFF: Lit
ON: Unlit
Large Buckled or Unbuckled Enabled OFF: Unlit
ON: Lit

Airbag Second Stage Deployment Check

The driver and passenger front airbags each have 2 deployment stages. After an airbag deployment, it is possible that stage 1 has deployed and stage 2 has not. If a front airbag has deployed, the front airbag must be remotely deployed using the appropriate airbag disposal procedure to make sure both stages have deployed. For information on driver airbag and/or passenger airbag remote deployment,
Refer to: Pyrotechnic Device Disposal (501-20B Supplemental Restraint System, General Procedures).

SOS Post-Crash Alert System™

The SOS Post-Crash Alert System™ is controlled by the BCM, but initiated by the RCM.

When a deployment or fuel cutoff event occurs, the RCM sends a message on the HS-CAN2 (via the GWM) to the BCM. The BCM flashes the turn signal lamps and sounds the horn (except when 911 Assist™ is active) until it is turned off. The system can be turned off 10 seconds after a crash event by pressing the hazard switch. The BCM also unlocks the doors and illuminates the courtesy lamps after a crash event.

Vehicle Spin-out Detection

When internal RCM sensors detect that the vehicle has spun out, the BCM activates the hazard warning flashers and displays a message in the IPC to indicate the hazard warning flashers are activated due to the spin-out.

Body Control Module (BCM)

The BCM provides system voltage to the RCM and OCSM when the ignition is ON. Additionally, the BCM is designed to ensure the RCM and OCSM remain powered on if the ignition is turned off while the vehicle is moving at a speed greater than 4 km/h (2.5 mph).

If the ignition signal is active / high while the vehicle is travelling at a speed above 4 km/h (2.5 mph)the BCM maintains system voltage on the RCM and OCSM power supply circuits. If the ignition signal is lost, missing, or below a certain threshold while the vehicle is travelling at a speed above 4 km/h (2.5 mph), the BCM maintains system voltage on the RCM and OCSM power supply circuits and a telltale appears in the IPC. If the vehicle speed rises above the threshold again, the BCM does not reactivate the power supply to the RCM and OCSM. They remain off until the ignition is turned on again.

If a vehicle is parked with the ignition off, the BCM does not provide power to the RCM and OCSM. If the vehicle begins to move while the ignition is still off, the BCM does not power the RCM or OCSM.

When the vehicle has been started using the remote start feature (if equipped), the ignition status is off, but the BCM powers the RCM in order to detect a collision and disable the fuel pump, if necessary.

Component Description

C-pillar Side Impact Sensor

The C-pillar side impact sensors are located at the base of the last pillar. The C-pillar side impact sensors measure acceleration (g-rate), and are hardwired to the RCM. Mounting position and orientation is critical for correct operation of the C-pillar side impact sensors.

Belt Tension Sensor (BTS)

The Belt Tension Sensor (BTS) is a 3-wire Hall-effect sensor that is part of the front passenger seatbelt buckle and cannot be serviced separately from the front passenger seatbelt buckle assembly.

Body Control Module (BCM)

The BCM supplies system voltage to the RCM and OCSM based on HS-CAN1 inputs and the ignition input.

Clockspring

The clockspring allows for continuous electrical connections between the driver airbag and the RCM. A spiral-wound cable wraps around the center of the clockspring and as the steering wheel is turned, the spiral cable inside expands or contracts in diameter as the 2 halves of the clockspring turn.

Driver Airbag

The driver airbag is a dual-stage airbag. Upon receiving a flow of current, it deploys at 1 of 2 different rates, depending upon vehicle impact severity and sensor input.

Driver Knee Airbag

The driver knee airbag is below the steering column opening trim panel and deploys upon receiving current flow from the RCM.

Front Door Side Impact Sensor

The front door side impact sensors monitor air pressure within the door in order to detect certain crashes, such as a side impact. They are hardwired to the RCM. Mounting position and orientation is critical for correct operation of the front door side impact sensors.

Front Impact Severity Sensor

The front impact severity sensors measure acceleration (g-rate) and are hardwired to the RCM. Mounting position and orientation is critical for correct operation of the front impact severity sensors.

Occupant Classification System (OCS)

The OCS is found only in the front passenger seat and is comprised of a silicone gel-filled bladder and an OCSM.

The silicone gel-filled bladder is mounted between the bottom of the seat cushion foam and seat pan. On vehicles with multi-contour seats, it is mounted between the bottom of the seat cushion foam and multi-contour seat cushion adjuster. The OCSM is mounted to the seat frame, and has an internal pressure sensor. When weight of any occupant or object on the front passenger seat is present, pressure is applied to the OCS bladder and then transferred through a tube and sensed by the OCSM pressure sensor. The components of an OCS (bladder, tube, and OCSM with integrated pressure sensor) are serviced as a kit.

Passenger Airbag

The passenger airbag is a dual-stage airbag which deploys at 1 of 2 different rates depending upon vehicle impact severity and sensor input.

Passenger Airbag Canister Vent (If Equipped)

The passenger airbag canister vent is a deployable device that is part of the passenger airbag. Canister venting controls the inflation rate of the passenger airbag and the escape rate of gases from the airbag. The canister vent cannot be serviced separately from the passenger airbag.

Passenger Knee Airbag

The passenger knee airbag is below the glove compartment door and deploys upon receiving current flow from the RCM.

Passenger Airbag Deactivation (PAD) Indicator

The PAD indicator is a LED which is part of the overhead console. The PAD indicator indicates if the passenger side airbag is active (on) or deactivated (off).

Restraints Control Module (RCM)

NOTE: This vehicle may be equipped with SYNC® which contains the 911 Assist™ option. Refer to the Owner's Literature for information about this feature.

The RCM monitors various sensor inputs and uses that data for controlling SRS outputs such as the event notification function and airbag deployment.

The RCM includes a backup power supply. This feature provides sufficient backup power to deploy the airbags in the event the ignition circuit is lost or damaged during impact. The backup power supply depletes its stored energy approximately one minute after power and/or ground has been removed from the RCM.

The RCM requires PMI when being replaced. Refer to the diagnostic scan tool instructions to carry out PMI.

Seatbelt Anchor Pretensioner

A seatbelt anchor pretensioner is a pyrotechnic device that removes slack from the seatbelts when deployed. One is included as part of each front row outboard seatbelt assembly and cannot be serviced separately.

To diagnose any pretensioner Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs),
Refer to: Airbag Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) (501-20B Supplemental Restraint System, Diagnosis and Testing).

Seatbelt Buckle Sensors

The seatbelt buckles contain integrated sensors that are Hall-effect switches. The seatbelt buckle sensors are serviced with the seatbelt buckle.

Seat Position Sensor

The seat position sensor is a Hall-effect sensor which indicates the position of the seat along the seat track. The sensor detects the presence of a shunt bracket on the track, indicating the seat has moved past a certain point in the adjustment range.

Seatbelt Retractor and Adaptive Load Limiter

The front passenger seatbelt retractor is equipped with the adaptive load limiting feature that works in conjunction with the seatbelt buckle pretensioner to control the tension of the front passenger seatbelt in the event of a crash. The front passenger seatbelt retractor is also referred to as the seatbelt load limiter.

To diagnose any pretensioner Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs),
Refer to: Airbag Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) (501-20B Supplemental Restraint System, Diagnosis and Testing).

For any concerns regarding seatbelt retractor function,
Refer to: Seatbelt Systems (501-20A Seatbelt Systems, Diagnosis and Testing).

Seatbelt Retractor Pretensioner

The seatbelt retractor pretensioner is a pyrotechnic device that removes slack from the seatbelts when deployed.

To diagnose any pretensioner Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs),
Refer to: Airbag Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) (501-20B Supplemental Restraint System, Diagnosis and Testing).

For any concerns regarding seatbelt retractor function,
Refer to: Seatbelt Systems (501-20A Seatbelt Systems, Diagnosis and Testing).

Side Airbag

The side airbags are single-stage airbags designed to provide protection for the seat occupant's torso. They deploy upon receipt of current flow and are attached to the outboard side of each front seat. They are used in conjunction with the side air curtain.

Side Curtain Airbag

The side curtain airbags are single-stage airbags designed to provide head and upper body protection to the vehicle occupant(s) during side impact crashes.

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