Hyundai Sonata: AVN(Audio Video Navigation) head unit Repair procedures - AVN System - Body Electrical SystemHyundai Sonata: AVN(Audio Video Navigation) head unit Repair procedures

Removal
   
Take care not to scratch the cluster fascia panel and related parts.
Eject all the disc before removing the AVN head unit to prevent damaging the DVD player's load mechanism.
Wrap the protective tape on the tool to disassemble with the screwdriver or remover.
Use caution in keeping and handling during disassembling/assembling because it is easily contaminated with lubricant and oil.
1.
Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.
2.
Remove the cluster fascia upper panel.
(Refer to Body - "Cluster Fascia Upper Panel")
3.
Remove the AVN head unit (A) after loosening the mounting bolts.

4.
Remove the AVN head unit connectors and cables (A).

   
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If DVD does not eject, don't try to remove it.
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The DVD player may get damaged.
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Contact the nearest dealer for assistance.
Installation
1.
Install the AVN head unit after connecting the AVN head unit connectors and cable.
2.
Install the cluster fascia upper panel.
3.
Connect the negative (-) battery terminal.
   
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Make sure that the cables and connectors are plugged in properly.
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Check the AVN system.
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