Hyundai Sonata: AVN(Audio Video Navigation) head unit Components and Components Location - AVN System - Body Electrical SystemHyundai Sonata: AVN(Audio Video Navigation) head unit Components and Components Location

Components

Connector Pin Information

No
Connector A
Connector B
Connector C
1
-
Multmedia-CAN (High)
Chassis-CAN (Low)
2
-
-
Chassis-CAN (High)
3
-
-
-
4
-
Steering wheel remote controller
-
5
SPDIF Shield GND
-
-
6
SPDIF (+)
MTS keypad signal
-
7
-
-
-
8
Illumination (+)
AUX R input
-
9
-
Multimedia jack (GND)
-
10
-
MIC (+)
-
11
-
Battery (+)
Body-CAN (High)
12
-
Battery (+)
Body-CAN (Low)
13
-
Multmedia-CAN (Low)
-
14
IGN 1 (+)
Auto light
AIR BAG
15
SPDIF (-)
-
-
16
-
Vehicle speed
NAVI VOICE (-)
17
Illumination (-)
MTS keypad (GND)
NAVI VOICE (+)
18
Antenna B(+)
ACC
-
19
?
-
-
20
Multimedia jack (Detect)
-
21
AUX L input
Camera_GND
22
MIC (-)
Camera_Video GND
23
GND
Camera_VIN
24
GND
Carmera B(+)

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    AVN(Audio Video Navigation) head unit Repair procedures
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