How to reset the control unit on Mitsubishi Carisma

Control unit part of the electronic sensor?

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Roquilein 02/15/2011, 5:33 pm

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Control unit part of the electronic sensor?

by Roquilein » 15.02.2011, 17:33

Hey guys,

The airbag control unit on my Carisma is defective. In the guarantee conditions, what is covered is stated "3.12 From the safety systems: from the airbag and belt tensioner to the electronic sensor and the pyrotechnic propellant."
In your opinion, does the control unit fall under there, or not?
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by Ecki » 15.02.2011, 17:48

Nope.

Guess that's extra.

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by Roquilein » 15.02.2011, 17:56

Thanks for the answer. Unfortunately, I don't quite understand her ...
So in your opinion, the airbag control unit does not fall under paragraph 3.12? So the crash sensor (if it is the control unit) is not an electronic sensor?


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by Ecki » 15.02.2011, 19:09

I suspect that the "sensor" and the "control unit" are two different parts.

In the link it says:

"Fire: Signal from the crash computer for the ignition of the airbag in certain accident or crash configurations."

"Non-fire: The ignition signal of the airbag electronics does not materialize despite the accident because the measured delays are too low and the other restraint systems offer sufficient protection for the occupants."

One of them will probably be the control unit ?!

"Safing sensor: Electronic sensor to protect the electronics against errors. The airbag system can only be triggered if both sensors (crash and safing sensor) opt for ignition."

And that will be the sensor of the warranty term, I suspect.

No guarantee.


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by wartech24 » 15.02.2011, 19:25

Sensors are placed around the car .. in the event of an impact, they measure the intensity of the impact and pass this on to the control unit, which processes this data and decides whether to ignite the pyrotechnic propellant and thus trigger the airbag or not

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by Kodiak » 15.02.2011, 20:27

The control unit is not a sensor, so it looks bad to be able to regulate something.

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by Roquilein » 16.02.2011, 00:35

Ok thank you very much Even if it's bad news ..

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by Andydeluxe » 16.02.2011, 00:39

Um the sensor is built into the control unit housing. So if the sensor is defective, a new one has to be found.

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by CariRalf » 16.02.2011, 09:51

Andydeluxe wrote on 02.15.2011, 11:39 pm:Um the sensor is built into the control unit housing. So if the sensor is defective, a new one has to be found.



Correct, is also stated in the workshop manual (see appendix). Couldn't see anywhere in the circuit diagram that crash sensors were installed in the area of ​​the bumpers (at least with the pre-facelift).

So you should be able to handle the whole thing with a guarantee.

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by DeadEye - X » 16.02.2011, 11:07

Hey

just such a thing bothered me for over 2 years .... so important, first go to a Mitsu workshop and have the error memory read out exactly and explain to you, preferably in writing, what is broken at all.

There are of course crash sensors ... at least if you have a couple of side airbags. these are hidden in the B-pillar below the belt roll ... is a little annoying to get there.

However, as CariRalf has shown, it is also correct that the control unit itself also has a G-sensor. If that really made the mosquito, then cheers new year, because a new control unit would cost around 800 euros in my area ...

After a long search and swapping various airbag control units, it turned out that only the side impact sensor had said goodbye to me.

At 45 € it wasn't exactly cheap either.


So long, first read out the memory and then check the side impact sensors ...


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by Kodiak » 16.02.2011, 13:03

Actually folks, you're right, there are only side impact sensors and those in the control unit.
It now depends on which error message is displayed.

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by Roquilein » 20.02.2011, 01:52

I think it was error code 95 or something like that .. I also have a cost estimate, with just under 1000 € I'm at the xD jackpot and they also told me that some sensors have to be replaced with the control unit, because it is always renewed together ... just great that I bought the car from a dealer on behalf of a private person (which I didn't really understand because it was advertised in the Inet by the dealer) and the airbag light already shone during the test drive ... then I told the seller that, whereupon he had the error deleted and then claimed that everything was OK
well and the one from the workshop also said that it looks rather bad as far as the guarantee is concerned ..

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by DeadEye - X » 20.02.2011, 09:32

I would then go to the lawyer and ask ... if the dealer doesn't do anything about the price ... otherwise I can take a look because of the part numbers of the sensors and I can send you another control unit if you want so that you can check whether it is due to the same.


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