Hyundai Sonata: Anchor Pretensioner (APT). Repair procedures - Seat Belt Pretensioner - RestraintHyundai Sonata: Anchor Pretensioner (APT). Repair procedures

Removal

1.
Disconnect the battery negative cable, and wait for at least three minutes before beginning work.
2.
Using a flat-trip screwdriver, remove the seat belt anchor pretensioner (A).

3.
Remove the door scuff trim. (Refer to the Body group- Interior trim)
4.
Remove the center pillar trim. (Refer to the Body group- Interior trim)
5.
Disconnect the anchor pretensioner connector.
6.
Loosen the anchor pretensioner mounting bolt and remove the anchor pretensioner.

Installation

1.
Remove ignition key from the vehicle.
2.
Disconnect the negative (-) cable from battery and wait for at least three minutes.
3.
Install the anchor pretensioner with a bolt.

Tightening torque :
39.2~53.9 N.m(4.0 ~ 5.5 kgf.m, 28.9 ~ 39.8 lb-ft)

4.
Connect the anchor pretensioner connector.
5.
Install the center pillar trim. (Refer to the Body group- Interior trim)
6.
Install the door scuff trim. (Refer to the Body group- Interior trim)
7.
Insert the seat belt to the anchor pretensioner (A).

Make sure the lock pin is connected in properly.
8.
Reconnect the battery negative cable.
9.
After installing the anchor pretensioner, confirm proper system operation:
A.
Turn the ignition switch ON; the SRS indicator light should be turned on for about six seconds and then go off.

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