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Old 11-20-2019, 10:13 AM
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Looking for CORRECT Service Manual info for '15 Passenger Airbag Removal

EDIT: I was working with Chilton's Quality Assurance team, and we checked 2015-2018 source materials from Chrysler... and they are all wrong. So, basically, as far as I can tell, the correct version doesn't exist. Chilton is reaching out to Chrysler on this.

Does anyone have the CORRECT info on 2015 JK/JKU passenger airbag removal? I have a service manual, but it is wrong. It has instructions from an older model (2014). So... looking for the updated instructions. Here is the path for the info I need:

Body > Restraints > Air Bag, Passenger

I am specifically looking for the removal and installation steps.

Here is the wrong information for the 2015:



This is the old style airbag.

The new system is a complete dash bezel:



Just looking at the photo, it looks to just be a series of clips, but I'd like to make sure I understand the details and order disassembly/reassembly. This is the first time my service manual has failed me...

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Here's from a 2017


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Old 11-21-2019, 07:03 AM
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Thanks. That's still the wrong information. I was working with Chilton and we reviewed the source materials from Chrysler for the 2015-2018 JK and they all have this incorrect information. They changed the airbag and door assembly in 2015, and apparently never updated the FSM.
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Thanks. That's still the wrong information. I was working with Chilton and we reviewed the source materials from Chrysler for the 2015-2018 JK and they all have this incorrect information. They changed the airbag and door assembly in 2015, and apparently never updated the FSM.

Well... I always said these disc manuals suck!
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Well... I always said these disc manuals suck!
Which is why it's hard to convince people to spend the money on them. Fun Fact, through this process the ChiltonDIY website basically has the exact FCA manual for $30 for a year's access (also included errors, lol) but if someone want's to do a project where a FSM is helpful, then that's the way to go.
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Which is why it's hard to convince people to spend the money on them. Fun Fact, through this process the ChiltonDIY website basically has the exact FCA manual for $30 for a year's access (also included errors, lol) but if someone want's to do a project where a FSM is helpful, then that's the way to go.
Some city or county librarys have a subscription to Chilton's website or Alldata. San Diego county does and if you have an active library card you can access Chilton's website from home. I have access to all vehicles for free from home this way. I used to have access to alldata when I lived in a Cleveland suburb but that was only using a library terminal not from home.

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